Although a successful real estate investor, Adam Milstein has emerged as one of the most prominent American-Israeli philanthropists. Born in Israel, he received his education there and even served in the Israeli Defense Forces in the Yom Kippur War. He and his family had however lived in the US since 1981 when he moved to the country to pursue further education at the University of Southern California’s business school. He has since made a name for himself in the real estate business, thanks to his position as a managing partner in Hager Pacific Properties and more information click here.
Desiring to improve the welfare of Jewish people and Israel in general, he and his wife founded the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation. The foundation donates more than $1 million every year to educate Jewish people about Judaism and strengthen their identity. The organization also supports other organizations that participate in the pro- Israel activities in neighborhoods, campuses and among friends. Both at the grassroots and the national level, the organization works hard to strengthen Jewish people, the State of Israel and US-Israel relationship and resume him.
Adam Milstein’s philanthropy and pro-Israel efforts do not stop with the Milstein Family Foundation. He is also the co-founder of the Israel-American Council. The Council has been achieving success in strengthening Jewish identity and was ranked as one of the fastest growing Jewish organizations in the US in 2015 by Forbes. Using his experience in business and running his own foundation, Adam Milstein has been empowering similar organizations. He takes a hands approach and has helped many organizations become more efficient and effective. He hosts The Adam Milstein Podcast in which he hosts prominent guests as they discuss pertinent issues affecting Jewish people and the State of Israel and learn more about Adam Milstein.
Adam Milstein also serves on the committees or boards of other non-profit organizations that operate in the US. His selfless philanthropy work has not gone unnoticed. In April 2017, he was recognized as one of the 200 Most Influential Do-Gooders in the world. As a family man, entrepreneur and philanthropist, Adam hope he can continue using his influence to better the welfare and identity of Jewish people all over the world and Adam on Facebook.