Adam Milstein has spent several years in the for-profit and non-profit sectors. Adam Milstein has become one of America’s leading pro-Israel philanthropists. Israel is in Adam’s blood, soul and heart. He was born and raised in Haifa, Israel, where he also later joined the Israeli Defense Force and served during the Yom Kippur War. He later emigrated to the United States in 1981, to pursue his collegiate education at the University of Southern California School of Business.
While in California, Adam left his mark as one of the area’s top real estate investment managers. He and his wife launched the Milstein Family Foundation, which aims to provide both charity and philanthropic services to organizations that work to support the state of Israel, the Jewish people and the important U.S. – Israel relationship.
As he continues his work, he continues to make a name for himself as a philanthropist. growing his work and fundraising efforts to support programs that help with Jewish education, jewish continuity, and pro-Israel advocacy. He goes beyond financial support and offers hands-on approach that combines the lessons and skills he has learned to help organizations reach new levels of power. Milstein subscribes to “active philanthropy,” which focuses not just on financial contributions but spending time with every organization that they partner with. Milstein’s foundation connects organizations with nonprofits that work towards common goals. Adam Milstein has created partnerships allow pro-Israel groups to reach a larger audience with a profound impact that could not be achieved individually.
Adam Milstein has grown into a thought leader and expert in the non-profit community. He is spreading his message and lessons learned through several platforms including podcasting. He has created the Adam Milstein Podcast, which hosts conversations with a variety of individuals with elected-officials, policy makers, artists and others who are on the front lines in the pro-Israel communities. Adam hs become a key figure in philanthropy and was recently named one of the 200 most influential Do-Gooders in the world. He has spread his message on social media and was recognized for his impact on philanthropy. Milstein continues to support Israel and the Jewish community and more