Adam Milstein’s Philanthropies

From a young age, Adam Milstein loved seeing his people succeed. Growing up in Israel during the 60s and 70s, he witnessed his share of anti-Jewish attitudes. After serving his mandatory duty in the IDF (Israeli Defense Forces), Adam enrolled in the Technion. While attending school, he met Gila Elgrably.

After graduation, Adam and Gila married and started a family. Adam worked with his father, Hillel, in real estate construction and development. In 1981, Adam moved his entire family to the United States. Two years later, he graduated from the University of Southern California with a Master’s degree in Business Administration.

While attending USC, Adam decided to continue his real estate career. He worked as a sales agent, earning more money than the undergraduates being hired by professional recruiters. He’s currently a managing partner at Hager Pacific. When he first started, his days were hectic and filled with meetings and appointments.

Now, he spends his time supporting charitable foundations. Adam Milstein is an avid supporter of pro-Israel and pro-Judaism organizations. His organization, the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation, was co-founded with his wife. Their organization supports dozens of other organizations that share common goals: strengthening the Jewish people, the State of Israel, and improving U.S. – Israel relations.

When it comes to successful lifting a cause, Adam relies on three principles: active philanthropy, life path impact, and philanthropic synergy. With all his many organizations, he offers the same types of services. The most important are consulting, partnership development, and fundraising.

His principles play a role in his everyday life. Adam dedicated to leading several causes. Over the years, he’s become a major voice in the pro-Israel movement. He’s constantly working with other organizations to seek out and impact the next generation.