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Entergy is a recognized leader in the nuclear power industry. Through the Safety Responders Fund, Entergy actively seeks opportunities to partner with first responders and the agencies and non-profits that serve the area where our employees live and work.
In considering grant requests, priority is placed first, on applicants who are directly involved in aspects of Indian Point Energy Center’s Emergency Response Plan and second, on applicants who support emergency response roles and functions within the ten-mile Emergency Planning Zone (EPZ) surrounding Indian Point Energy Center. Please check to make sure that your project meets the eligibility qualifications.
Grants from Entergy will be made to the following types of organizations:
- Non-profit organizations that are tax exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code (“Tax Code”), or
- Governmental units that hold nonprofit status similar to that of 501(c)(3) organizations, which may therefore be eligible.
Please complete each question in the application prior to submitting it.
- Each application will be reviewed by Entergy’s Safety Responders Fund Review Committee and chosen on the basis of the criteria listed below.
- Applicant must either be directly involved in aspects of Indian Point Energy Center’s Emergency Response Plan, or, support emergency response roles and functions within the ten-mile Emergency Planning Zone (EPZ) surrounding Indian Point Energy Center.
- Applicant must be an established organization with a mission or charter consistent with serving the surrounding Indian Point Energy Center community
- Applicant must also have 501 (c)(3) tax-exempt status or be a municipality recognized by the State of New York
- Grants will fund training or equipment purchases in regard to specific emergency planning needs, but exceptions can be made for other requests on a case by case basis and as funding permits.
- Projects should show sustainable characteristics with measurable results demonstrating a willingness to partner with other emergency responders
- Awards are up to $25,000
- Requests greater than $25,000 will be reviewed outside of the regular grant funding process for future funding and will be considered extraordinary requests.
Entergy gives preference to projects that have:
- Significant community support
- High probability of success and cost efficiency
Direct questions to:
Senior Communications Specialist
Indian Point Energy Center