Adam Milstein has been involved in helping Jewish people and the nation of Israel for a long time. Born in Haifa, Adam served his country and then studied Business and Economics at Technion, where he obtained a Bachelor of Science degree. Later on, he went to the University of Southern California where he received his MBA.
After marrying his wife Gila, they had two daughters and move to the United States in 1981. He then started a career as a sales agent in the real estate industry. Today he is a managing partner, with Hager Pacific Properties; he supervises the company’s finances.
However, some of Adam’s greatest work is with the numerous charities and organizations he pours time, energy and funds into, so they can continue to operate. Founded in the year 2000, the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation is an umbrella for groups of programs supporting the education, information and history of Israel.
Their projects include:
NCSY – Helps Jewish teens develop a positive identity with their culture, through casual retreats and recreational fun, while empowering them to become leaders of their communities. Merona Campus Leadership Foundation – This foundation helps support Jewish college students throughout the U.S. to leadership roles resulting in being pro-active about Israel. They gather for brainstorming, speaking at networking events.
Middle Eastern Forum – This organization protects and promotes America’s interest in the Middle East, as well as support the United States fight against Radical Islam and other obstructions occurring in that area of the world. American Society for Yad Vashem, Inc. – Established in 1981, this is the American version of commemorating The Jewish Holocaust. In an attempt to support Yad Vashem,
Eli Zborowski z”l created this society. It started out with just a handful of survivors, but now has grown tremendously with the second and third generation of Holocaust survivors participating. The overall purpose is to make sure the world never forget. As you can see, Mr. Adam Milstein has a huge interest in trying to make the world a better place through information and education. He takes pride in his culture and he want to make sure the future Jewish generation know their roots began in Israel.