In 2000, Adam Milstein and his wife, Gila, founded the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation. The purpose of the foundation is to help build up the strength of the State of Israel. The two also founded SifriyatPijamaB’America. This group offers monthly free books, printed in Hebrew, to more than 70 Israeli-Jewish-American families who reside in the United States.
Adam Milstein solicits funds and provides funding to assist other organizations which are in support of helping to empower and engage marginalized groups of people, primarily Israelis. He and his foundation, The Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation, offer guidance, advice, and funding.
Adam Milstein has published many articles in The Jerusalem Post that speak of his consistent support for those at home in Israel. He writes of antisemetism, how to detect when it has occurred, and how to combat it. Many of his articles are positive. His words attempt to instil pride in being an Israeli. He is a powerful advocate in the Israeli and Israeli-American cause for identity and respect.
Adam Milstein was born in Haifa, Israel in 1952. He grew up in Israel, serving in the IDF during the Yom Kippur War. He graduated from the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology in 1978 with a BS in economics. The Technion is considered one of the world’s renowned technology and science research universities.
He moved with his wife Gila to the United States in 1981. Two years after their relocation, Adam Milstein earned a MBA from University of Southern California and then began his work in commercial real estate. His interest in the real estate market began in Israel when he worked with his father to expand a real estate construction and development company.
He is a co-founder of the Israeli-American council, and has been recently named National Chairman. He holds a seat on the board of numerous organizations including the AIPAC National Council, StandWithUs, Birthright Israel, and the Jewish Funders Network. As a member of these organizations he works to further the Israeli-American cause of equal representation, treatment, and respect.