Eight communities win matching grants to further economic development goals
Entergy Louisiana recently provided a $10,800 grant to a local nonprofit that supports Grand Isle property and business owners affected by Hurricane Ida.
From supporting the environment, education and low-income areas to teaching students about nuclear energy, grants were provided in communities where Entergy’s nuclear plants operate. This includes Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Michigan.
Volunteers will also help qualifying customers claim their Earned Income Tax Credits
During the first three quarters of 2021, Entergy has helped power stronger, healthier communities by awarding $10 million to more than 880 nonprofit organizations located across the company's service area.
Mississippi nonprofit organizations are beneficiaries
As crews continue to work on restoring service to customers affected by Hurricane Ida, Entergy Corporation employees are teaming up with nonprofits and partners both local and from across the country to help those who have been impacted.
Entergy Corporation and the Entergy Charitable Foundation have helped power stronger, healthier communities in 2021 by contributing more than $7.6 million to 763 nonprofit organizations across the company’s service area during the first two quarters of the year.
Entergy Louisiana and its employees, along with the Entergy Charitable Foundation, have a long history of supporting the communities they serve, and this year will be no different.