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Years before Entergy’s low-income focus became a corporate priority, company leaders and employees in Mississippi had established a legacy of community service and customer support.
Recently, Entergy hosted a poverty simulation for over 70 employees where they stepped into the shoes of customers living with limited incomes. The simulation offered a first-person view of the obstacles faced by residents living with little means in our service area of Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas
Entergy employees and members of Quad Area Community Action Agency have teamed up again this summer to help make residential homes more energy efficient by installing new light bulbs and replacing weather stripping on doors, among other steps.
Recently, Entergy joined advocates from across the country in Washington, D.C., for LIHEAP Action Day, a national effort to engage and educate policymakers about the critical need for the federal Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program.
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.
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 Mississippi is providing between $150 to $1,000 in direct bill payment help to Mississippi families who need help paying their power bills.
Entergy awards more than $7.9 million in charitable contributions for first half of 2022