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100 Best Corporate Citizens
Entergy's Molly Buckley (left) and Patty Riddlebarger accept The Civic 50 recognition on behalf of the company. The Civic 50 annual list is comprised of the most community-minded companies in America.
Entergy Named to Two Top Lists Recognizing Civic Engagement, Sustainability and Social Responsibility
For the second consecutive year, Entergy Corporation (NYSE: ETR) has been named one of the most community-minded companies in America by The Civic 50, an initiative of Points of Light, the world's largest organization dedicated to volunteer service. The Civic 50 sets the standard for corporate civic engagement by highlighting companies whose policies and business practices support sustainable, long-term relationships with communities in which they do business.
"Being named again to The Civic 50 acknowledges the many ways Entergy continues to power life for all of our stakeholders – owners, customers, employees and communities," said Leo Denault, chairman and CEO of Entergy Corporation. "The work employees do every day goes beyond providing reliable, affordable power and gas to customers. In thousands of communities throughout our four-state service area, employees are making a positive difference through countless acts of volunteerism and philanthropy. That's why receiving this honor is a proud accomplishment for the entire Entergy team."
The Civic 50
The Civic 50 participants are evaluated on criteria that include community impact of financial and human resources, alignment of community engagement with business objectives, and the social and business value of an organization's community engagement. To learn more, visit www.Civic50.org.

"In the fifth year of honoring the most community-minded companies in the nation, The Civic 50 truly highlights the commitment to community and civic engagement of America's leading brands," said Jennifer Lawson, president of networks at Points of Light. "By elevating critical stakeholder voices from employees, customers and communities into their mission statements, The Civic 50 companies are putting themselves at the center of change to create more enduring and sustainable business models."
This year Entergy also was named one of CR Magazine's 100 Best Corporate Citizens. It marked Entergy's eighth appearance on the list, which recognizes the most successful, most transparent companies on the Russell 1000 Index. For the second consecutive year, Entergy appeared in the top five in the area of philanthropy and community support.
Entergy invests more than $19 million annually in community improvement programs in the areas of education, workforce development, arts, health and environment. In 2016, Entergy employees contributed more than 100,000 hours of volunteer service valued at more than $3 million. Additional information on Entergy's commitment to community can be found in the company's 2016 Integrated Report and at "Our Community" on entergy.com.
100 Best Corporate Citizens
Mary Young, Entergy retiree, provides tax preparation help for customers Thang Muang, Khup Zo and Khai K. Pau. Entergy's Super Tax Day, which helps return $35 million annually to customers through the Earned Income Tax Credit federal program, is one of the many ways Entergy powers life in its communities.
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