Adam is a renowned investor in real estate. He is a partner at ‘Hager Pacific Properties’. His passion for giving back to the community has made him stand out as one of the leading Jewish philanthropists in America. He is also a pro- Israel champion who has over the years encouraged the younger generation of Jews to learn how to read Hebrew and also write in the language. In encouraging this literacy, he points out that it is one of the sure ways that Jews can connect with their culture and religion. His generous contribution goes to Jewish communities across the globe.
As an established real estate dealer, Milstein and Gila, his wife, founded a family foundation that would work with organizations strengthening and supporting the Jewish people, US- Israel Friendship and the State of Israel. Adam Milstein believes in Israel and was in the ‘Yom Kippur War before moving to America in 1981. While in the US, he went to ‘University of Southern California’ to study business.
Not only does the foundation offer financial assistance to causes it believes in, it also gives technical assistance to organizations and projects aligned with its purpose. Through it efforts of fostering cooperation in activists for Israel, the foundation aspires to create partnerships that boost pro-Israel groups to reach more Israeli people and make a resounding impact.
The ‘Adam Milstein Podcast’
In order to reach a wider audience and impart his broad knowledge on the younger generation of Israel, Adam uses several channels. He targets children from the age of two, adolescents and young adults. His podcast features a lot of conversations with leaders, activists, policymakers and artists who champion issues related to Israel and her prosperity.
Some of the professionals and leaders he has featured on his podcast include: Haim Saban, an established Israeli-American media personality. Dennis Prager, an author and radio personality has also been featured. Yesh Atid’s founder and former chairman, Yair Lapid, has also been featured on the show. Issues such as media, the Israeli-Palestinian stalemate and how young Israeli adults can be encouraged to participate in their country’s political movement are discussed.