Entergy volunteers helped pack over 200,000 meals for Louisiana food banks.
The United Way of Southeast Louisiana reopened the J. Wayne Leonard Prosperity Center at 2402 Canal Street in New Orleans, one block away from its original location, after the building sustained significant water damage during Hurricane Ida and left staff to provide appointment-only services.
Entergy's supply chain organization this year donated more than 8,000 cases of hand and surface sanitizing liquid, spray and wipes, valued at nearly $700,000.
Our employees have been volunteering weekly with Rebuilding Together New Orleans and making energy efficiency upgrades and repairs to homes of low-income customers in New Orleans.
Forty-five attorneys and law students answered questions through a virtual legal clinic from low-income community members throughout Entergy's service area in Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas.
Entergy and The Saenger Theatre provided 200 tickets to members of United Way and Son of a Saint
Food-insecure families can put nourishing meals on the table this month, thanks to a partnership between Extra Table and Entergy Mississippi that is stocking food pantry shelves throughout the state.
Entergy Mississippi is providing between $150 to $1,000 in direct bill payment help to Mississippi families who need help paying their power bills.
“I wasn’t the best, and I wasn’t the brightest, but I was kind. That was my thing.”