Adam Milstein Sets His Sights On Philanthropy

Adam Milstein is an Isralian activist and investor who spends a lot of his time working on philanthropy projects. Adam’s pro-Israelian activism means he focuses on improving the relationship between Isreal and Jews. Although Adam Milstein is from Israel originally, he is a managing partner for Hager Pacific Properties, which is a real estate investment firm located in the United States. Adam’s priority is building partnerships and funding to forward the ongoing support for his community’s longevity. Adam is also the chairman and co-founder of IAC or the Israeli-American Council.

Adam Milstein graduated in Technion 1978 after having worked through the Yom Kippur War in IDF. Adam later attended the University of Southern California, where he managed to earn his MBA in 1981 to explore his entrepreneurial endeavors. A couple of years after graduating. Adam started off his career as a real estate broker for commercial properties. Adam has stated that the demand is always so much higher compared to what is actually available when it comes to real estate. Though supply rises, the market fluctuates constantly in the real estate industry.

Today, Adam Milstein is a certified member of various boards, such as the Los Angeles Board of Birthright Israel, Hasbara Fellowships, Israel on Campus Coalition, StandWithUs, and several others. Not too long ago, Adam was also named as one of the most influential philanthropy activists in the world, and according to Adam, it gives him a great deal of satisfaction.

Adam, along with his wife Gila Milstein, have helped many people through their philanthropic efforts, including donations to charities. The duo also founded the Adam & Gila Milstein Family Foundation alongside their support to dozens of different organizations and charities. The also founded Sifriyat Pijama B’America, which operates as a nonprofit organization that provides Hebrew books monthly for Israeli and Jewish Americans. Adam and Gila have stated their foundation follows three principles which are; active philanthropy, the life path impact, and philanthropic synergy. His facebook page

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