Houston – CenterPoint Energy today announced that through its charitable foundation the company has committed $50,000 to nonprofit organizations leading Hurricane Ida relief and recovery efforts in Louisiana and Mississippi.
CenterPoint Energy’s $50,000 commitment will include contributions to the following organizations:
- United Way of Southeast Louisiana – $15,000
- Bogalusa Help Center – $10,000
- United Way of South Mississippi – $15,000
- The Salvation Army of Gulfport – $10,000
Additionally, mutual assistance crews from CenterPoint Energy’s Electric Operations in Houston and Indiana are helping Entergy Louisiana restore power in the impacted areas replacing downed poles, wires and transformers, among other critical work.
About CenterPoint Energy
As the only investor-owned electric and gas utility based in Texas, CenterPoint Energy, Inc. (NYSE: CNP) is an energy delivery company with electric transmission and distribution, power generation and natural gas distribution operations that serve more than 7 million metered customers in Arkansas, Indiana, Louisiana, Minnesota, Mississippi, Ohio, Oklahoma and Texas. The CenterPoint Energy Foundation is a charitable giving organization focused on strengthening the quality of life in the communities served by the company. For more information, visit CenterPointEnergy.com.