What would you do with an extra $2,500? Hint: Most of our low-income customers won’t be taking fancy vacations.
Entergy is committed to working with local educational institutions to develop a workforce that can support the continued economic development of the Gulf South region as well as support Entergy's own workforce needs. A big part of that commitment involves building and retaining a workforce that reflects the rich diversity of the communities we serve.
This first-of-its-kind project positions Entergy as a national leader in energy innovation and a vital partner in helping New Orleans address the significant challenges of affordable housing, resilience and climate change.
For the fifth year in a row, Santa and his Entergy elves made a special visit to the Canal Street Care Center, where they surprised 15 first-in-line customers by paying their utility bills in full through The Power to Care low-income program.
Entergy is proud to partner with the American Indian College Fund, which provided scholarship support to more than 4,300 American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN) students in 2017-18.
The New Orleans Bar Association presented its Presidents' Award to Marcus Brown, executive vice president and general counsel for Entergy, on Oct. 3 in New Orleans.
Entergy supported Ozanam Inn's first Forgotten Angels Back-to-School and Health Fair.
Donations provided school supplies and uniforms for children whose families struggle with homelessness and poverty.
We're proud to have been named a finalist for the 2018 Corporate Citizenship Awards in the category for Best Economic Empowerment Program.
Bike the Big Easy on Oct. 13 helps raise funds for Entergy New Orleans’ The Power to Care customer assistance program.