The voices of the Van Winkle Elementary School students echoed through the school's hallways as the student choir sang "Dream Your Dreams." As the children sang, faculty and Entergy Nuclear staff gathered to announce a special gift. Entergy Nuclear presented a $25,000 grant to Van Winkle.
Let's all get ready to give!
The Greater New Orleans Foundation officially announced that the fifth annual GiveNOLA Day will take place on May 1, 2018 from 12 a.m.–11:59 p.m.
Entergy Corporation released its 2017 Integrated Report, Utility Reimagined, online at integratedreport.entergy.com. The report provides an overview of the company's financial, operational, environmental and social performance in 2017.
Entergy Corporation continues to power local and regional communities through the Entergy Charitable Foundation, which awarded $1.3 million through the foundation’s first round of grants in 2017. The grants benefit 80 nonprofit organizations working in communities across Arkansas, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, New York and Texas, focusing on education, poverty solutions and environmental programs.
Filling food pantries, raising literacy rates and providing health care for low-income families are a few examples of community-building activities fueled by more than $1.36 million recently awarded by the Entergy Charitable Foundation. The grants benefit 66 nonprofit organizations working in communities across Arkansas, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Mississippi, New York and Texas.
Entergy employees and shareholders pledged $2.6 million in 2016 to help United Way chapters improve communities where Entergy operates.
NEW ORLEANS – ‘Tis the season of giving and Entergy New Orleans is adding a little lagniappe this holiday season in an effort to make life better for New Orleanians now and in the future.
Entergy Corporation received national recognition for its partnership in an initiative that provides free legal assistance for thousands of low-income individuals and families.
Education, poverty solutions and environmental programs.
JK-12 public school students in rural districts will benefit from one of the Entergy Charitable Foundation’s grants for the first half of 2016.