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Adam Milstein’s Benevolent Nature

Posted on 01 December, 2016 in Business Leaders, Religion

Adam is a renowned investor in the Real Estate, a co-manager of Hager Pacific Properties and also a pro-Israel advocate. In 2002, Mr. Milstein and wife launched an organization meant to sponsor young professionals as well as the students with a need to find their way into the Jewish origins. Launching of the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation clearly depicted the philanthropic trait of the Milstein’s. He operates under three unique principles which are; active philanthropy, life path impact and philanthropic synergy. They guide him through in all his charitable operations.

In the United States, the Milstein’s also have more than 70 Israeli-Jewish-American families that they provide reading materials to every year through Sifriyat Pijama B’America, an organization they co-founded with the wife. Amidst all this Adam also has significant positions in such organizations as; Israeli- American Council, Hasbara Fellowships, StandWithUs, Israel on Campus Coalition among many more. His positive energy towards the Jews has been tangible. In fact, he has been recognized as one of the top 100 people with a positive touch to the Jewish life.

Some Admirable Traits Borne by Mr. Milstein

He is a bold man. Adam has done enough to see that the Jews are instilled into the right faith and way of living. To him, the renaissance of these people is something he believes it shall come to happen. Apart from empowering them as Jews, he also ensures that through the Hillel leaders, they are able to enhance their growth all-round, be it socially, spiritually and rationally. We know of his fame across the globe for the initiatives he has been taking to make thing happen.

He bears leadership qualities that are to die for. It is evident that he is sharp and of great wisdom. Apart from just being the president of the MFF, he is also entitled to several other demanding tasks where he holds high positions. The success attained by the organizations during this tenure are what proves that he is worth the responsibilities. They have a way through which they do the synergies meant for the well-being of the destitute. He and wife are engaged in activities of more than 20 non-profit making organizations where they advise and offer assistance.



One Response to “Adam Milstein’s Benevolent Nature”

  1. Ryleigh Colin says:

    Since people are being divided on cultural and religious grounds that most of us do not know so much about, I wonder who will pay the price. Although the has been a doubt following the interest in some non governmental organizations. We have to keep on fighting for cultural integration in ways that will ensure peace all over the world today.

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