Adam Milstein together with his wife are the co-founders of Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation. It focuses on the provision of charitable and philanthropic services to various organizations to give strength to the Jewish people, United States, and the State of Israel. Some of the philanthropic services include partnership development, consulting, fundraising programs in support of education and other Jewish activities. Adam is always driven by the three philanthropic principles in his life through active philanthropy, life path impact, and philanthropic synergy. Under active philanthropy, Adam Milstein together with the Foundation and the staff spare their time and experiences in all the organization’s projects and programs that they actively support. It entails all kinds of support apart from the financial resources. Under the life path impact, Adam Milstein finds funds and develops the organizations that are committed to life change in individuals’ lives. This is accomplished through the creation of programs that range from childhood, adolescence, and other adult phases in life so that they can maintain a continuous and extensive relationship with the target groups. Through the philanthropic synergy, Adam Milstein ensures that funds and proper guidance are offered to the philanthropic organizations so that they can widen their development projects and partnerships with other non-profit institutions in achieving their goals well.
Adam Milstein is an active philanthropist who sits inboard of many organizations. He is the co-founder of Israeli-American Council as well as chairing the national expansion. Adam was born in the streets of Haifa in Israel. He has a master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Southern California located in Los Angeles. He began his work as a real estate salesperson. Adam Milstein actively contributes and writes blogs at the “Times of Israel.” He shares an article on how the diaspora Jews are expected to rise in meeting the challenges in Israel. He begins by acknowledging that the Jewish history is a straightforward indication that it takes exceptional leaders to counter major challenges. He suggests the need for the Jewish-American community to identifying the heroes, encouraging and supporting such. This inspires the next generations to be more resilient and given to fighting for their communities with courage. He is very optimistic that great leaders will manifest soon.