Adam Milstein is an Israeli philanthropist and founder of the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation. The foundation provides services to organizations that support the people in the state of Israel, as well as Jewish communities in the United States. Adam Milstein is also the co-founder of the Israeli-American Council.
Born in Israel, the successful philanthropist served in the Israel army before he began his career as a philanthropist. After serving his time in the army, Adam Milstein went on to pursue his studies. In 1978, he received his undergraduate degree from the Technion Israel Institute of Technology. Adam Milstein graduated Cum Laude with his Bachelor’s of Science degree in business and economics. He traveled to the United States a few years later where he earned his MBA from the University of SOuthern California.
The primary objective of the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation is to strengthen communities in Israel, as well as Jewish communities in the United States. The foundation teaches Jewish youths about their roots and motivates them to become successful leaders in a wide range of fields.
The foundation takes several approaches to accomplish its goal. Services provided to the Jewish youth are carried on into adulthood. This is to ensure that there is a stable foundation for a successful career. The foundation also employs its own technique known as philanthropic synergy where the foundation reaches out to other philanthropic organization to help reach their goal.
From a young age, Adam Milstein was determined to give back to his community. His education both in Israel and the United States taught him the necessary business skills to invest in the Jewish people. His strong family bonds taught him the importance of community. Adam Milstein worked alongside his wife to build schools and campuses through philanthropic resources.