At Entergy, We Power Life. That means going beyond providing essential electric and gas services that power homes, businesses and industries.

Entergy also fuels the human power that comes from working every day together with our community partners to improve lives, create opportunities and strengthen our communities.

When disasters strike, restoring lives is as crucial as getting essential services like electricity and gas back on.

As Entergy workers safely restored electric and gas service to the more than 32,000 customers recently impacted by Louisiana’s devastating floods, we also began implementing proven actions to re-energize communities.

These actions include mobilizing volunteers, making donations and partnering with community recovery organizations. That’s why we’ve partnered with The Salvation Army to help pay electricity and gas bills for flood victims suffering financial hardship.

We’ve earmarked funds from The Power to Care bill payment assistance program to go directly to hurting families in the 20-parish disaster area through the end of the year.

You can help make sure that every family gets the help they need while recovering from the flood.

Make a donation to The Power to Care program, administered by The Salvation Army. The Power to Care provides emergency electricity and gas payment assistance for customers in crisis.

Please consider helping those who have been impacted by the flooding and send a tax-deductible contribution to The Power to Care today. When you give, Entergy shareholders will match your gift, up to $500,000. For example if you donate $25 to the fund, Entergy will donate $25.

Thank you for your generous outpouring of support during these difficult times.

With your gift, we can bring some security, comfort and peace of mind to neighbors who are struggling.

Sincerely,

Phillip R. May
President & CEO

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