Adam Milstein: Investing Time and Energy into the Success of his Philanthropic Foundations

Adam Milstein is a man who acquired a substantial amount of notoriety for devoting his life via an excessive amount of invested time and energy to establish some of the most prominent and culturally beneficial organizations to the Jewish community. Through his experiences as a child growing up in Haifa, Israel, Milstein developed an extreme sense of appreciation and respect for his culture that embedded his character with the trait of integrity—an honorary feeling that essentially fueled him with the desire to become a cultural philanthropist. Nevertheless, when he arrived to the U.S. in 1981, Adam Milstein immediately set on a course to become the helping hand that many people in the Jewish community could count on for interventional assistance with their overlooked needs.

After graduating from the University of Southern California in 1983 with his MBA, Milstein invested within his career to become one of Hager Pacific Properties’ most financial wise Managing Partners. As of today, with Milstein’s help, the private real estate firm is estimated to have over $2 billion in commercial property value in the U.S. But for Milstein, his most prized work would come to be his personal involvement in the development of pro-Israel organizations—organizations that served the purpose of bettering the lives of Israeli-Americans and thus improving society as a whole. Through his establishment of the Milstein Family Foundation with his wife Gila, Adam Milstein has not only been able to provide financial and medical care to the community, but he has been able to teach the importance of active philanthropy (investing in alternative ways to help others) within the community and he has also been able to enforce the mission of life impact–establishing programs that are intended to grow and impact community members throughout various stages of their lives. Moreover, with Adam Milstein’s invested effort into the founding of the Israeli-American Council (IAC), Milstein has been able to culturally tie American-born Israelis to their heritage in the State of Israel.

For Milstein’s strong sense of passion for the well being of others and his numerous contributions to the Jewish community, he was honored in 2017 as being one of the 200 Most Influential Do-Gooders in the entire world. Today, Adam Milstein enjoys spending personal time being with family and continuing to help those in world to become tomorrow’s future leaders.

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