The Philanthropy of Victoria Doramus

Having had a varied career, Victoria Doramus is now involved in philanthropy and volunteer work with the organizations, Amy Winehouse Foundation, Room to Read, Best Friends Animal Society and the Women’s Prison Association.

Victoria Doramus attended the University of Colorado, Boulder where she earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass communication which led her to positions in the media industry. For example, at Trendera as the west coast director and various media companies as the Huffington Post. She was also a personal assistant to Peter Berg, the producer and director.

According to, working to keep young people from becoming drug and alcohol addicts, the Amy Winehouse Foundation provides information to young people in Britain and Wales about drugs and alcohol and it offers support to young people at risk and encourages personal growth through music. Victoria Doramus has also helped the foundation to set up recovery homes for women which provides the support recovering addicts must have to be successful.

In low income areas in over 20,000 communities in countries such as Cambodia, Indonesia and Bangladesh as well as many others, Room to Read has helped over 12 million children improve their literacy.

In the US, Best Friends Animal Society works to stop animals from being killed in animal shelters and runs animal sanctuaries, some of which are the largest in the world. Victoria Doramus (@iamvictorialynn) has contributed to helping reduce the number of animals killed each year by millions.

Rehabilitating women who have been imprisoned and offering them the support necessary to help them be successful while they are imprisoned and then after prison is another of Victoria Doramus’ contributions.

Thousands of peoples’ lives have been improved and millions of animals lives saved in part because of Victoria Doramus’ philanthropy.

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