Community involvement and social responsibility are embedded in the culture at Entergy and Indian Point Energy Center. Indian Point contributes $1 million in charitable contributions annually. Additionally, employees have walked miles to combat juvenile diabetes, donated gallons of blood, educated local students on the science of nuclear power, built homes for people in need, hosted educational events to assist local non-profits, and contributed free air time to select community organizations.
We are committed to ensuring that the missions of our neighbors are supported. If you represent an organization in our area and are interested in applying for a grant or funding from the Entergy Foundation, additional information and forms for each opportunity is listed below:
In considering requests for grants, priority is placed on programs in locations where Entergy has customers and/or employees. Therefore, projects that serve populations in the following counties will receive preferential consideration: Duchess, Onondaga, Orange, Oswego, Putnam, Rockland and Westchester.
Entergy is proud of its philanthropic culture and community involvement and is looking forward to building this foundation of support.
View a list of recipient organizations.
Friends of Westchester County Parks Honors Entergy Corporation As Its Best Green Friend
The Friends of Westchester County Parks, Inc. will hold its 2011 Best Friends Awards Reception on Wednesday, April 13, beginning at 5:30 p.m. at the Glen Island Harbour Club in New Rochelle, NY. The event, “An Evening with Friends,” will honor people and businesses who have been great supporters of Friends and the County Parks Department.
Entergy Donates Air Time on WCBS-880 AM Yankee Radio to Five Nonprofits
The winners were selected from a group of 34 nonprofits that submitted written proposals outlining their respective missions and how, if chosen, the winner would use the free airtime.
Entergy Partakes in “Entrepreneurs, Energy, and Environment 2011 Leadership & Innovation Series"
Entergy builds partnerships with government and small businesses to drive a new clean energy economy.
NRC Environmental Scoping Meeting
On September 19, 2007, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) hosted a public meeting to allow the community to comment on issues they feel should be considered during the environmental scoping review process associated with the license renewal of Indian Point.