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2017 GINO B

Creating Sustainable Value Through Philanthropy and Volunteerism
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Entergy, Inc.

on 25 July 2017

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Transcript of 2017 GINO B

Philanthropic Focus Areas.
2016 Investment
in New Orleans.
$6.3 million in charitable donations.
280 nonprofit organizations.

Entergy invests more than
$1 million to develop workforce.
Joint investment of more than
$1 million in shareholder dollars to support local workforce development training programs.
Part of a $5 million, five-year initiative providing more job training opportunities.
Entergy has helped create more than 23,000 new jobs in Louisiana since 2005.
Entergy shareholders and employees join to support New Orleans Women’s Shelter.
Participants in Entergy’s 2016 annual shareholder meeting volunteered to make facility improvements at the New Orleans Women and Children’s Shelter.
35 employees volunteered dressing up the property
by painting, creating new garden areas and painting front railings.
Bike The Big Easy rolls across New Orleans.
Raised awareness of 100 miles of urban bike paths created through support of Entergy,
the City and the Louisiana Public Health Institute.
Part of Entergy's commitment to help rebuild a cleaner, greener, healthier New Orleans.
Raised funds for The Power
to Care.
Volunteerism.
Almost 22,000 hours of volunteer service logged.
Approximately $520,000 in value.
29 organized group volunteer events.
$4.97 million in
EITC refunds processed.
Partnered with the IRS, United Way and other community groups.
Helped low-income families and individuals file for and receive EITC refunds.
More than 2,500 New Orleans residents filed for and received $4.97 million in EITC refunds.
The most effective poverty reduction program in the country.
The Power to Care.
Raised $208,323 in 2016.
Provided emergency utility assistance to more than
1,000 qualified low-income
and disabled customers.
Entergy shareholders match employee and customer donations.
Entergy also provided
additional grants to NOCOA worth $100,00O to provide services critical to the needs of Orleans parish seniors.
Education.
Poverty Solutions.
Environmental Programs.

POWERING OUR COMMUNITIES
Creating Sustainable Value Through Philanthropy and Volunteerism.

Awards and Recognition.
DJSI Sustainability North America Index.

100 out of 100 score for Corporate Citizenship and Philanthropy.
15 consecutive years of recognition.

2017 Top 100 Corporate Citizens.

#5 in Philanthropy.
Awarded in 2007, 2009, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015,
2016 and 2017.

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.
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