The world of philanthropy is taking an exciting turn as more people wholeheartedly give back to the society. Adam Milstein, an Israeli native, is enthusiastic about the society. He has depicted his enthusiasm by participating in both profit & non-profit activities aimed at empowering people to meet their daily objectives.
Early Life and Education
Milstein got much of his inspiration to support others from Israel. He was born in a renowned Israeli town known as Haifa. At the time he was in his teenage years, he got to serve in the Israeli Defense Forces. Adam Milstein also fought for his country during the Yom Kippur War. Milstein proceeded to Technion for his higher education and later relocated to the U.S. after his graduation. His wife, Gila Milstein, whom he had recently married, accompanied him. Adam Milstein joined University of Southern California’s business school branch during his stay in the US. After school, he decided to venture into the real estate business because it seemed profitable. He pursued this career as he was residing in Los Angeles with his family.
The Adam and Gila Milstein Foundation
Milstein’s enthusiasm for philanthropy was one of the driving forces behind the establishment of the Adam and Gila Milstein Foundation. He teamed up with his wife to make his lifelong dream come true. The nonprofit organization operates with a vision of revolutionizing the world of philanthropy. The organization offers charitable and philanthropic services to diverse non-profit groups.
The Adam and Gila Milstein Foundation strives to strengthen the relationship between Jewish, Israeli, and the U.S citizens. The institution’s staff dedicate time, skill, and financial resources to every philanthropic or charitable project that they undertake.
Milstein’s “Active Philanthropy” Approach
Adam Milstein established a name for himself in the philanthropy and advocacy worlds. His expertise in these fields encompasses partnership development, fundraising, and consulting. He applies these skills when supporting programs covering Pro-Israel activism, Jewish education, and Jewish continuity.
Milstein’s philanthropic approach entails incorporating lessons and skills learned to enable organizations to attain influence and efficiency. Adam Milstein refers his approach to as “active philanthropy.” He usually applies this approach to his non-profit organization. The approach fosters collaboration and a culture of cooperation in the Israeli activist society.