In honor of the company's 110th anniversary, Entergy Arkansas has announced the "Arkansas Bright Futures" campaign. Six statewide nonprofits will each receive a $110,000 grant to enhance their efforts to help customers.
The company awarded MCFB a $65,000 grant to help support six mobile market food distributions.
The Power of Prosperity is a new partnership between Entergy, Single Stop and Stackwell to support Historically Black College and University students to ensure their success and position them to build generational wealth.
The company donated $75,000 to help build a greenhouse, allowing year-round production and educational workshops.
The community partnership benefits more than 50,000 students in Montgomery County school districts.
Hancock Whitney today announced a strategic relationship with Entergy focusing on supporting entrepreneurial and small business success for diverse and local business owners. The initiative brings together Hancock Whitney’s Small Business Matters program and Entergy’s supplier diversity and inclusion team to enhance financial resilience and business development opportunities for diverse and local businesses.
As vice president, Gardner will expand on his current work fostering economic growth in Entergy Mississippi’s service territory through collaborative business development efforts with state and local allies. He and his team will work with elected officials and economic developers to attract national and international businesses to Mississippi and assist those already located in the state to expand.
As part of its longstanding commitment to invest in the many communities where it provides service, Drew Marsh, Entergy Chairman and CEO, today announced Entergy’s commitment as the founding partner of the Super Bowl LIX Host Committee.
Entergy Arkansas is excited to partner with local agencies to help customers as they get ready for back to school.