Adam Milstein: An Active Israel-American Philanthropist
Adam Milstein is the founder of Adam and the Gila Milstein Family Foundation. He provides philanthropic and charitable services to a wide range of firms to strengthen the State of Israel, the Jewish People, and the Israel – U.S. relationship. Adam is currently the co-founder and a National Chairperson of the American-Israel Committee, where he serves as the chair of the national expansion.
He is also an active member of various firms, which include Israel on Campus Coalition, Hasbara Fellowships, Los Angeles Committee of Birthright Israel and the AIPAC National Council. Together with his lovely wife, Gila, Adam Milstein is the founder of the Sifriyat Pijama B American which is a company that provides its customers with free books in Hebrew. These books teach the Jewish values to over 15000 Israel-Jewish-American communities in the United States.
Milstein was born in Israel and moved to the United States with his children and wife in 1981. While in the United States, he earned an MBA from the UCLA in 1983. After his education, he joined a commercial real estate business where he worked as a sales agent before becoming a managing partner at the Hager Pacific Properties Company.
Adam Milstein’s Philanthropic and Charitable Services
Milstein’s philanthropic and charitable services include partnership development, fundraising to support various programs in the region. His philanthropic philosophy of coordination and operation includes three primary principles which are active philanthropic, life path impact and the philanthropic synergy.
Adam Milstein together with the Milstein Family Foundation staff invests most of their time and expertise in financial resources in every company, program, and projects which they support. Under the life path impact, Milstein seeks out, creates and fund firms that engage their target audience through various stages of life.
He develops programs centered for childhood, various phases of adulthood and adolescence to help the needy in the community. Through these programs, firms are in the position to develop a healthy connection with the target population. Concerning philanthropic synergy, Adam Milstein provides guidance and funding to help philanthropic companies amplify their effects by creating programmatic connections and synergies with various non-profit entities with the same agenda.