Adam Milstein’s Philanthropy at its Best

Adam Milstein’s Philanthropy at its Best

The USA comprises a host of citizens who have consistently advanced the anti-Semitism ideology with a lot of passion. They have continually disregarded the spirited of nationhood and the universality of human rights to openly spew hate on the Jewish community who form the largest population of immigrants. Up to the turning of the 21st century, the fight against the new anti-Semitism has been renewed with much focus on the demonizing the Jewish community. Such experiences call for an end to this stalemate by fighting through all the necessary means. Even as the fight should take a head-on approach, most pro-Israelis opine that it requires sound knowledge of the propagators behind the whole ideology

Addressing Jewish Community’s Welfare

Even as these challenges face the Jewish America, Adam Milstein, a pro-Israel philanthropist has come out as a formidable force in dealing with the welfare of his Jewish people. Looking at his past experiences, he grew up in Haifa and even joined in the Israel Defence Force, later serving at the great Yom Kippur War. From these, it becomes clear that Israel remains part of his whole being despite living in the US for the better part of his life. Since he established himself in the real estate industry as a manager in Premier Real Estate, Los Angeles, he has made a lot of fortunes. He, therefore, took the initiative to start a charity organization together with his wife, which they named, the Adam and Gila Milstein Foundation.

Broadening Services

Through this foundation, Adam Milstein has sourced for partnerships and funds that he has used to offer vital services to the less privileged members of his Jewish community in the US, and also extended their services back in Israel. By committing himself to philanthropy, Adam Milstein has managed to draw a lot of influence as a leader who leads by deeds and by words. He has consistently championed for cohesion between the Jewish community and Americans, through his Adam Milstein podcast.

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