The Dougherty Dozen’s Joshua and Alicia are the parents of ten children. Dougherty Dozen is a well-known YouTuber and TikTok celebrity. They signed up for YouTube on February 21, 2020, and now Dougherty Dozen Net Worth is an estimated $1.1 million.
The Dougherty Dozen producers make money through their day jobs, YouTube, and brand sponsorships. Their yearly compensation is between $193K and $229K. Between $16,000 and $19,096,000 is how much Dougherty Dozen make each month from their professions and YouTube.
Dougherty Dozen Net Worth and Earning
At Mendon High School in New York, where he is employed as a teacher and the head coach of the Modified B football team, Mr. Joshua Dougherty is paid every month. They have close to 900K followers, earn between $22,000 and $30,000 per month from YouTube, and receive more than 63 million monthly views on their channel.
The Dougherty Dozen Net Worth on TikTok through paid sponsorships, and despite having more than 5 million followers, they ask between $9,000 and $15,000 for a sponsored post. However, their TikTok income is lower than their Youtube income.
Dougherty Dozen family
Kid No. 1: After nine years of infertility and miscarriages, we adopted Alex when he was five years old from foster care. He is currently a 10th grader and 16 years old.
Kid No. 2: Six days later, we learned that we were expecting Zoey. Zoey is nearly ten years old and is currently in the fourth grade.
Kid No. 3: A year after James was placed in foster care, our caseworker questioned us about adopting him. He was a six-year-old boy. James, who is 15 years old, is a ninth-grader.
4th child: They discovered she was expecting Dash two weeks later. He is currently in the second grade and is eight years old.
When Dash was a year old, we were asked to take Jordan and Jason’s foster care placement for five days. We ultimately adopted the twins, and Five Days turned into Forever. Dougherty Dozen Net Worth
Kid No. 7: While taking care of The Twins, we gave birth to Bodhi, who is now five years old and attends kindergarten.
Harlee, the eighth child, is now three years old.
Kid nos. 9 and 10: When Harlee was a young child, we first learned of Bree & Patrick, a family residing in a residential treatment center. They were split up for adoption as a result. We adopted them when they were 8 and 11 years old, and we asked that they stay together. At age 11, Bree is currently enrolled in the fifth grade. Patrick is at the moment in