On Wednesday, September 10, 2008, Entergy Arkansas presented Southern Good Faith Fund with the “Making Things Brighter Award in Community Leadership” at their Low-Income Advocates Leadership and Community Development Conference. This is an annual award to recognize contributions made in improving the lives of low-income families. SGFF is the first organization to receive this award, which has historically been given to an individual. With the award, Entergy Arkansas recognized the collective work done by SGFF to help low-income families, particularly through the Aspiring Scholars and The Power to Care programs. Congratulations to SGFF staff for all the hard work that made this award possible.

Angela Duran (center) recieves the award from Hugh McDonald, President & CEO, Entergy Arkansas, Inc.
Photo by David Harris Lewis, Entergy

Jamie Stringfellow, Co-lead of the Entergy Arkansas Low Income Team
Photo by David Harris Lewis, Entergy

Photo by David Harris Lewis, Entergy