Victoria Doramus: Creation and Giving

In current day society, with so many disasters and crisis being publicized in the media, people may feel inundated with information that is seemingly discouraging. There are usually stories of good tidings interwoven with the traumatic news reports. The negative seems to outweigh the positive at times.

Regardless of what we may see or know, there are many civic organizations, non-profit organizations, and individuals that are on the move in trying to make the world a better place for all.

Victoria Doramus is a philanthropist who is apart of the social change movement. With Brooklyn, New York as Victoria Doramus’ base, many of the organizations that she supports are also in New York City and New York State. Although she is well known now for her impact on change, her initial work started differently.

Ms. Doramus was a journalism and mass communications major at the University of Colorado-Boulder. After graduating, she worked for companies such as Mindshare, Tendera, and Stila Cosmetics. Her expertise includes digital and print media, advertising, and communications. Victoria Dormamus’ niche in creativity has helped her to gain favor with Peter Berg of whom she became a personal assistant. Victoria Doramus may be viewed as a visionary. Her gift of viewing perspectives, having empathy, and progressive thinking aligns with her volunteerism.

Ms. Doramus has supported different charities and non-profits including the Amy Winehouse Foundation, Room to Read, Best Friends Animal Society, Women’s Prison Association, and Hopeland’s Annual Gala. The Amy Winehouse Foundation project works to inform people of the detriment drug abuse may cause on lives. Room to Read works to promote literacy for boys and girls, with an emphasis on closing the learning gap between the two genders. The foundation has raised thousands of dollars used to send girls to college. Best Friends Animal Society supports animal advocacy and rescue. The Women’s Prison Association seeks to help incarcerated women have resources for making self-improvements both inside and when released from prison. Hopeland’s Annual Gala proceeds are used to prevent parent-child separation.

Victoria Doramus giving opened the door for others to create.

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