Audrey Miller Poritzky Educational Fund

The Audrey Miller Poritzky Education Fund for Children (AMP Fund) was established in 2004 upon the untimely death of Audrey from cancer at the age of 32. Audrey’s career and passion focused on public-school education reform as well as on providing opportunities for individual students to achieve their scholastic goals. At Audrey’s request this Fund was developed and since its inception we have seen it grow. Through scholarships and mentoring, we have helped hundreds of worthy young people.

We are now in our 11th year of memorializing Audrey and in that time the Fund has given high school seniors scholarships which they needed to attend college.  Through our ongoing support system, we have continued to help our award recipients throughout the college years. We are also pleased to announce that our inaugural graduate-school grant was awarded in 2012 thus enabling us to act as an ongoing resource at times when students need us most. 

Our goal is to ensure that students have the means and support to realize their academic potential and pursue their dreams of a better life.

Students recite original poetry and more at 2011 Youth Speak Out Conference


2011 College Application Essay Workshop gives students keys to admissions success




The Audrey Miller Poritzky Education Fund for Children   P.O. Box 688   Summit, NJ 07902-0688

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