Mr. Adam Milstein is an American philanthropist leading the Israeli-American Council and is in the chairman’s position. He has invested in real estates, and he owns the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation. He yearns to help the people of Israel so that they enhance the relationship with the USA.
He has been instrumental in charitable activities, and he also focuses on giving advice to Jews, partnership development and boosting programs that educate young Jews by funding them. Adam is very supportive of Israel advocacy.
The plans he has are all based on the following principles;
- Active philanthropy. Aiming at giving the time that he has and his expertise on the projects to be done in promoting Israeli culture.
- Life path impact. It ensures that the projects undertaken will, at last, have a positive influence on the people. Israeli people of all ages will be having an advantage of defending their culture wherever they will be.
- Philanthropic synergy. Adam Milstein is for the proposal that projects work together for them to achieve the common goals. Members and philanthropists came with their contribution and knowledge into the organization. In the long run, they will spare the funds intended to help in the course of the foundation.
In his endeavors, he educates and trains the youth and budding entrepreneurs who are of Jewish descent. He instills in them the Jewish qualities and their roots so that at the end, they become proud. He is very proud of his culture and wishes all Jews had the same pride as him.
Adam Milstein acts as a board member in various organizations like; StandWithUs, Israel on Campus Coalition, Hasbara Fellowships, Jewish Funders Network, Birthright Israel, Stand By American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) National Council and Me. The Hebrew language is what he teaches together with his wife when they have time. Sifriyat Pijama B’America is a foundation they have giving kids books and monthly editions for them to learn the Hebrew language. His hand in this has helped the Jewish people keep their traditions intact. With them (children) knowing the teachings, they will have the opportunity to give the wisdom to future generations also.