On Saturday, Oct. 17, the city of New Orleans will host the newest community event for cyclists of all ability levels with the inaugural Entergy Bike the Big Easy. This unique format offers cyclists the opportunity to ride on closed city streets over a short 20-mile course or a longer 40-mile course, all while enjoying the non-competitive nature of the event. It’s a bike tour, NOT a race!
Unexpected medical bills, loss of a job or other economic hardships can be difficult for anyone. But for senior citizens and disabled citizens, it can be devastating.
The Entergy Charitable Foundation recently awarded more than $930,000 in grants to boost education, expand environmental programs, promote more cultural activities and help create poverty solutions in communities served by Entergy.
The Entergy Charitable Foundation has completed its first cycle of grant awards, giving some $78,000 in grants to Southeast Texas charitable agencies.
Nine community organizations working to boost education, expand environmental programs, promote cultural activities or help create poverty solutions in communities served by Entergy Mississippi, Inc. have been awarded some $43,500 in grants from the Entergy Charitable Foundation.
Of the more than $930,000 in grants recently awarded by the Entergy Charitable Foundation, New Orleans-area groups received some $284,000 to help the local community.
The Entergy Charitable Foundation recently awarded Arkansas organizations more than $48,000 in grants to help create and sustain thriving communities.
Entergy Corporation recently received from City Year, a national educational organization, the "Champions of Student Success" award for its commitment to helping students and schools succeed.
Environmental innovators in Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas are implementing solutions for the management of the mid-South's natural and environmental resources through a $500,000 grant from Entergy Corporation to The Nature Conservancy.