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2010 Low Income Report
Keeping Our Promises
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Profiles of Power in Caring
Helen Motley
Alice Rockingham
Brian Oddo
Kathryn Hollabaugh
Joyce Armstead
Gwendolyn Gray
The Greatest Generation to The New Poor
The Poverty Myth and The Poverty Math
Federal/LIHEAP Report
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Profiles of Power in Caring

2010 Low Income Initiative Progress Report

Profiles of Power in Caring


Harnessing The Power to Care

Imagine working all your life -- literally, from the time you were old enough to walk to the time you reach your 90s. You live by yourself now in a home where you've raised a family and grieved for the loss of loved ones. You do what you can to keep the energy bills low, but it's not enough and past due notices are piling up.

Energy costs can consume up to 40 percent of the monthly income for many elderly and disabled persons. The poor, elderly and disabled live in unhealthy and often unsafe homes, saving money to afford the necessities of life.

Read the stories below of people assisted by Entergy in their time of need and learn what you can do to help.

Helen Motley Alice Rockingham
Brian Oddo Kathryn Hollabaugh
Joyce Armstead Gwendolyn Gray


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