Entergy Provides Nearly $3 million to Support Louisiana Communities

Entergy Louisiana, Entergy New Orleans and the Entergy Charitable Foundation have helped support Louisiana communities in 2021 by contributing nearly $3 million to nonprofit organizations across the state during the first half of the year. Nearly 50% of those contributions went toward supporting education and literacy.               
Supporting schools and improving education is critical to ensuring a bright future for Louisiana, especially during a time when student-learning has been met with unprecedented challenges due to the pandemic. That is why the companies have provided approximately $1.3 million to campuses and organizations across the state that have programs or initiatives focused on education and literacy.
Teach for America and City Year were among the nonprofits that benefited from Entergy grant contributions. Teach for America members mentor thousands of students at partner schools across south Louisiana and City Year provides students with tutors and mentors to help them overcome learning challenges, economic hardships and stress during the school year.
“There is no greater calling than that of helping others,” said Phillip May, Entergy Louisiana president and CEO. “Improving education across our state is important to us at Entergy and we’ll continue to invest in the next generation to ensure a brighter future for them, their families and our communities.”
“One way Entergy New Orleans can support the growth and perseverance   of our local communities is to invest in programs and initiatives that help students reach their full potential,” said Deanna Rodriguez, Entergy New Orleans president and CEO. “We pride ourselves on being strong community partners. These investments,


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