The Impact of Adam Milstein as An Philanthropist

Adam Milstein is one of the founders of Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation. In this foundation, Adam offers philanthropic and charitable services to a variety of groups with the aim of strengthening the people of Jews, Israel as a country and the Israeli and the United States of America relationships. His philanthropic works include partnership development, consultancy and raising money to support the Jewish progress, Jewish education system and also the Pro-Israel advocacy.

Adam Milstein’s philosophy of giving comprises of three particular ideologies. These principles are the Life Path Impact, Active Philanthropy, and Philanthropic Synergy. Active Philanthropy Adam together with his foundation capitalizes substantial expertise and time in each program, organization, and project they support. In Life Path Impact he looks for monies and establishes groups that progressively involve their customers via life’s many stages. Through developing systems that focus on adolescence, childhood and the many stages of adulthood, firms are capable of keeping a profound and progressive link with the target group. Through Philanthropic Synergy, Adam Milstein offers donations and provides directions to philanthropic groups to help them increase their influence by establishing synergies and collaborations with other non-profit organizations that have related mission, and his Website.

Adam is also the national chairperson and was part of the people who helped establish the Israeli-American Council. He is also a member of various boards in different organizations such as the StandWithUs, Jewish Funders Network, Hasbara Fellowships, Campus Coalition, AISH Los Angeles and many others.

He was born in 1957 in Haifa Israel to Eva Milstein and Hillel Milshtein. Adam Milstein’s father was a real estate developer. In 1971, Adam became a member of Israel Defence Forces. As a soldier, he was delegated to Ariel’s Sharon’s army division that traversed the Suez Canal and got into Egypt where they made sure that Third Egyptian Army Division gave in. He later joined the Israeli Institute of Technology where he graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in economics and business in 1978. It was after his service in the Israel defense forces. He married his wife Gila Elgrably in 1974 where they lived with her Israel up to 1981. In 1981, the couple migrated to the United States of America, and more information click here.

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