Adam Milstein: A Business and Philanthropy Success

Adam Milstein is an American businessman with deep roots in, and a deep love for, Israel. He has been extremely successful in the field of real estate investing, and this has allowed him to give back in the form of various philanthropic activities.

The Adam Milstein Foundation, founded with his wife Gila, in 2000. The organization was born out of Adam Milstein’s commitment to tikkun olam, which means “healing the world.” It has taken as its mission to strengthen the State of Israel and its ties to the United States.

Adam Milstein’s passion for Israel, the land of his birth, stretches beyond just one foundation. In addition to that foundation, he is also one of the co-founders of the Israeli-American Foundation, which was formed in 2007 by a group of business leaders and philanthropists. The group is dedicated to strengthening the State of Israel, the American Jewish community, and future generations of Israeli-Americans. One of the group’s six initial goals is to involve Israeli-Americans with pro-Israel movements.

In 2015, he teamed up with a couple of other notable names within the Israeli-American community to organize the first Campus Maccabees Summit. Its goal in bringing together dozens of organizations was to harness the power of the pro-Israel community in order to combat growing anti-Semitism on America’s college campuses.

Adam Milstein also serves on numerous boards of pro-Israeli organizations. Included among these are StandWithUs, Hasbara Fellowships, American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) National Council, and Birthright Israel.

Milstein has been very vocal in his support of Israel. He has written articles, especially in opposition to the anti-Israel Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) Movement. He has also launched a podcast featuring conversations with people from various fields who are strong voices for Israel and Jewish-Americans.

He has been widely recognized as a tireless advocate for Israel and Jewish-Americans. In 2016, Algemeiner Journal named him as one of “The Top 100 People Positively Influencing Jewish Life.” His facebook page