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2016 Update - Powering Our Louisiana Communities
Transcript of 2016 Update - Powering Our Louisiana Communities
POWERING OUR COMMUNITIES
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Creating Sustainable Value Through Philanthropy and Volunteerism.
2015 Investment in Louisiana.
$7.4 million shareholder funds.
More than 800 nonprofit organizations.
LSU College of Engineering.
Entergy pledged $1 million.
Provides pipeline of qualified science and technology graduates.
Helps state capitalize on the current industrial renaissance.
Ensures economic prosperity.
Enabled LSU to leverage an additional $1 million in state funding.
Entergy provided $2.3 million seed funding to create $30 million school excellence fund.
To establish 20 new high quality schools serving 12,650 students.
To date, 7 schools have launched.
Partners include New Schools for Baton Rouge, Teach for America, City Year and Communities in Schools.
National Hurricane Museum & Science Center.
Entergy and State Farm Insurance joined to make $1 million donation.
New Center will explore new hurricane protection technologies.
Located in Lake Charles, Louisiana.
Almost 39,000 hours of volunteer service logged.
Approximately $758,000 in value.
Almost 200 organized group volunteer events.
Partnered with the IRS, United Way and other community groups.
Helped low-income families and individuals file for and receive EITC refund.
More than 8,400 Louisiana residents filed for and received $15.7 million.
The most effective poverty reduction program in the country.
The Power to Care.
Raised $1,023,000 in 2015.
Provides emergency utility assistance.
More than 2,200 received assistance.
Entergy shareholders match employee and customer donations.
Awards and Recognition.
DJSI Sustainability North America Index.
100 out of 100 score for Corporate Citizenship and Philanthropy.
14 consecutive years of recognition.
2016 Top 100 Corporate Citizens.
#1 Ranked U.S. Utility.
Awarded in 2007, 2009, 2011, 2013, 2014 and 2015.
Points of Light Foundation Civic 50.
Recognized as one of Top 50 community-minded corporations in America.
2014 Best Economic Empowerment Program.
U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation.