Meet Adam Milstein: A Philanthropist, an Investor, an Author, Father, and a Husband

Adam Milstein is a real estate investor as well as a philanthropist. He co-founded a family foundation that provides charitable as well as philanthropic services to various organizations. The main role of the foundation is to strengthen Israel-U.S relationship, Jewish people, as well as the State of Israel. He is also one of the managers at Hager Pacific Properties. He also co-founded Israel-American Council.

Milstein’s philanthropic services

Adam’s philanthropic services include partnership development and consulting. He is also involved in other activities such as fundraising to facilitate programs concerned with Jewish continuity, Jewish Education, as well as pro-Israel advocacy. The Philosophy of Milstein’s philanthropy has three important qualities: Life path impact, Active Philanthropy, and Philanthropic Synergy.

The active Philanthropy principle is all about remaining active. Adam Milstein and his family are committed to remaining active and also investing significant time, financial resources and expertise in every program, project, and organization they support. When it comes to life path impact principle, Milstein is committed to seeking out, developing, and funding organizations that focus on improving people’s life. Philanthropic Synergy principle: Adam provides guidance and funding to help philanthropic entities willing to partner with other organizations.

Recently, Adam Milstein wrote an article on how to improve the Jewish culture. He advises the Jews to love their beliefs, be proud of who they are and where they come from. He also advised them to take issues related to education seriously. In the article, Adam requires the Jews people to train their children to be more creative especially when it comes to conquering the challenges of life.

More about Adam Milstein

Adam was born in a place called Haifa, Israel. He is the eldest son of Hillel Milstein and Eva. The father was a real estate developer and the mother was a homemaker. He has two siblings, Dalit and Yehoshua. He was conscripted into the defense forces of Israel in 1971. He was actually one of those who took part in Yom Kippur War in 173. He acquired his business and economics degree from Technion in 1978. Milstein together with his family moved to America in 1981. He acquired his MBA from Southern California University in 1983.