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 shareholders provided $9.7 million in grants in 2018 to support more than 700 nonprofit organizations that provide essential services and help build healthy, vibrant communities across Louisiana. Approximately 50 percent of the contributions went to support education and workforce development.
Qualifying Entergy Louisiana customers can receive free tax prep assistance during Super Tax Day events.
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.
Entergy Louisiana celebrated local organizations and nonprofit agencies Thursday during the We Power Life – Southwest Region luncheon at Pat’s of Henderson in Lake Charles.
The heat index is hitting the triple digits on a regular basis and driving increased electricity use as Louisianians try to stay cool. And that means many elderly and disabled Entergy Louisiana customers will need extra help with energy costs in the coming weeks. Thanks to the generosity of customers, Entergy employees and shareholders, those elderly and disabled Louisiana customers who need help with their utility bills have a place to turn – The Power to Care.
Young engineers at Louisiana State University will be preparing for future careers with new state-of-the-art lab equipment thanks to a recent grant from the Entergy Charitable Foundation. The LSU Foundation and 12 other nonprofit organizations in Louisiana communities were awarded $760,000 in the foundation’s first round of grants for 2017.
On Super Bowl weekend, Entergy Louisiana and the Capital Area United Way volunteers are kicking off the tax season by making sure the big winners are local customers who claim their Earned Income Tax Credit.
Small businesses damaged by flooding in southeast Louisiana are among the beneficiaries of the Entergy Charitable Foundation's second round of grants awarded in 2016. Grants to the Louisiana Association of Business and Industry and other nonprofit organizations in Louisiana communities totaled more than $1 million. LABI created the Louisiana Small Business Rebirth Fund to help flood-damaged businesses rebuild and re-open.