Adam Milstein is not only the real estate investor that wants the best for the housing industry, but he is also a philanthropist who wants to give back to the community that has helped him grow to where he is now.
His roots are in Israel, and he devoted himself to fight during the Yom Kippur War. It also comes naturally for Adam Milstein to be philanthropic since he graduated in 1978 at Technion and he earned his MBA from the prestigious USC.
Before we appreciate his socially aware leanings, it’s inspiring to know that Adam is right now the Managing Partner at Hager Pacific Properties. It’s not surprising, too, that Adam can serve this position knowing that he also acts as a board member at Hasbara Fellowships, Jewish Funders Network and the Los Angeles Board of Birthright Israel.
He also inspires the people around him by being the co-founder and the acting National Chairman of what is now known as the Israeli-American Council.
The Creation of The Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation
The beauty of the soul of Adam Milstein finds its roots in the foundation that he started with his wife. The Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation exists as a form to even strengthen his Jewish roots. It is one of the wishes of the foundation to make sure that the Jewish people get the support, assistance, encouragement, and funding they need to pursue their dreams and goals.
The homeland he belongs in needs a better network to the U.S. and Adam Milstein hopes that with the foundation he built, he can create unique ties between the Jewish nation of the next generation to the people and opportunities in the U.S.
The organization also exists to help the young and hopeful Jewish students, professionals and entrepreneurs to understand better their Jewish roots and fuel the pride they have for being part of the homeland.
Adam Milstein hopes that with his nonprofit advocacy, he can cultivate the roots of these students to become the advocates for the culture of the State of Israel. With the foundation’s connection with schools and campus organizations, this goal of bringing the Jewish youth to their roots will be, Adam hopes, a success.