Adam Milstein is the co-founder of the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation. Adam Milstein together with his wife offers charitable and philanthropic services to various types of associations to build up the Jewish people, the State of Israel, and the U.S.A and Israel relationship.
Adam Milstein’s charitable services include partnership development, consulting and fundraising to provide support programs in part of the areas of the Jewish education, Jewish community, and Pro-Israel defense. Adam philanthropic philosophy acts of conducting activities consist of three unique rules:
- Active Philanthropy: Adam Milstein, the Milstein Family Foundation, and its employees spend the amount of expertise and time – not only on financial things – in each and every company, projects they offer support and programs.
- Life Path Impact: Mr Milstein looks out for funds and establishes companies that engage their aimed audiences through life’s experiences many times. By establishing programs respectively for childhood, adolescence, and the different type of phases of adulthood, companies are able to sustain a deep and continuous connection with their aimed audience.
- Philanthropic Synergy: Adam Milstein offers guidance and funding which help philanthropic companies to increase on their impacts by starting programmatic synergies and partnerships with many other non-beneficial bodies working toward the targeted goals.
Adam Milstein is the co-founder together with the National Chairman of the Israeli-America Council, where he is positioned as the chair of their national expansion. He also is on the Board of many other organizations, for instance, Stand with Us, Israel on Campus Coalition, Hasbara Fellowships, AISH Los Angeles, Jewish Funders Network, AIPAC National Council and the Los Angeles Board of Birthright Israel. Together with his wife, Gila, Adam is the co-founder of the Sifriyat Pijama B’America, a company that offers free monthly books in Hebrew, teaching the Jewish values to an approximate of more than 15,000 Israeli-Jewish-American families in the United States of America.