The Entergy Charitable Foundation is powering life in local communities with recent grants to nonprofit partners totaling more than $940,000. Charitable organizations may apply for support by completing the application form by Feb. 1, 2016.
On October 28, Entergy’s Grand Gulf Nuclear Station hosted an open house for approximately 200 high school teachers and students to help build awareness of the many contributions of the nuclear science industry and highly-trained employees who operate the facility safely, securely and reliably.
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.
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 (NYSE: ETR) to The Nature Conservancy.
More than 50 nonprofit groups have been awarded $1.2 million in grants from the Entergy Charitable Foundation in the second of three planned award cycles for 2012.
Entergy Corporation's sustainable practices in the areas of economic, environmental and social performance in 2011 resulted in its inclusion in two premiere leadership indices.
Approximately 75 Entergy Corporation executives turned up at KIPP Central City campus on Wednesday armed with paint brushes and a check for $150,000 to help KIPP New Orleans Schools build on its record of success.
More than 50 nonprofit groups will receive nearly $800,000 in grants from the Entergy Charitable Foundation.