Difference Makers

Sponsored By: Dudley DeBosier Injury Lawyers & the Dudley DeBosier Difference

When it comes to hospitality, generosity and resiliency, no one compares to Louisianans! Our community is home to some of the most amazing people & it’s my job to make sure we highlight the good news too! 

The purpose of our partnership with Dudley DeBosier is to shine a light on those who make our community a better place to live and make us hopeful about the future. Our hope is that you are inspired and blessed by these “Difference Makers!”

Two ladies handing out drinks to help cool off in this Louisiana heat

Two ladies have taken it upon themselves to hand out waters and juices to people in and around Baton Rouge to help cool off in this record-high Louisiana heat.
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Non profit aims to provide useful skills for kids in the area

BATON ROUGE– Dana Hayes, a Port Allen native and Baton Rouge-based entrepreneur has been a hair stylist for over 30 years. She is passing that knowledge down to young kids in the area in the form of a non-profit organization. Hayes created Junior Cosmetology in 2016 where girls ages 7-17 learn the fundamentals of cosmetology.…

Local group keeping community hydrated during summer heat

BATON ROUGE — A group of community organizers is donating their time and efforts to keep Baton Rouge hydrated. Hydrate Baton Rouge is a community-based initiative to provide water and hydration to people in need in Baton Rouge. The project is operated by Founder Laramie Griffin, Community Organizer Katrina Robertson and Community Organizer Tiandra Fields.…

Iris Domestic Violence Center expands, offering new support for survivors

BATON ROUGE — The Iris Domestic Violence Center is expanding its current shelter to offer a new on-site transitional housing wing for survivors. The new wing can provide a more intimate living environment for women and their children who are adjusting to living without their abuser. “This is a little bit different than emergency housing,”…


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