Entergy Corporation announced today it is donating the 18th-century Governor Hunt House to the Friends of Vernon Center, a non-profit organization formed to revitalize the Town of Vernon.
Fourteen counties share $75,000 in matching economic development grants
Grants power life by supporting vital programs and services in our communities.
Nonprofits that support the environment, education and low-income solutions are winners.
Entergy is committed partnering with organizations, like Start the Adventure in Reading based in New Orleans, to help ensure that all our customers – even the youngest – have access to a quality education. Nonprofit community partners, such as Start the Adventure in Reading, were recipients of more than $1.3 million awarded by shareholders through the Entergy Charitable Foundation’s first round of grants in 2019.
Entergy Louisiana provided a $180,000 grant to the Baton Rouge Area Chamber as part of the company’s efforts to support regional economic development across the state.
Students at Glen Oaks Park Elementary and Brookstown Middle School now have the opportunity to enjoy new library books that educate, celebrate and create awareness around the importance of diversity, inclusion, kindness, compassion and empathy.
More than 18,000 students in the Baton Rouge area are among the beneficiaries of the Entergy Charitable Foundation’s grants for the first half of 2016.
While the 100-degree days of mid-summer may be behind us, Southeast Texans know there are still plenty of uncomfortably warm temperatures ahead. To help provide relief for those without air conditioning or the homeless, Entergy Texas, Inc. has provided a $1,000 grant to the Beaumont Chapter, Salvation Army, to help it keep the doors open to its cooling station through at least the end of September and as needed after that.