Entergy pledges to help rebuild post-Harvey Texas

With southeastern Texas still reeling from the effects of Hurricane Harvey, Entergy has pledged $400,000 to help rebuild the communities it serves.

“Our commitment to our customers doesn’t end once we get electricity restored. We will be here to help our communities come back stronger than ever,” remarked Entergy Texas President and CEO Sallie Rainer.

The financial aid will help provide temporary lodging, food, and clothing for impacted families while the region gets back on its feet. Entergy employees from Mississippi, Arkansas and Louisiana have also been hard at work gathering nonperishable food items, pet food and cleaning supplies, as well as volunteering time to assist in the cleanup of flooded homes.

“There is still hard work ahead, and I want customers to know that we will be there for the rebuilding process,” added Rainer.

To keep up to date with ongoing relief efforts, follow Entergy Newsroom’s Hurricane Harvey page.