Adam is currently the co-founder of Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation. The foundation has to this day made an impact in millions of people across Israel and the US through philanthropic and charitable services. The services of this foundation are mostly stretched to other organizations in order to strengthen the Jewish people. The services are also directed toward the state of Israel and US to strengthen their relationship.
Among the activities that Adam does in the foundation include consulting, partnering and fundraising in a bid to support programs in areas of Jewish education, Jewish Continuity, and Pro-Israel advocacy. His philanthropic philosophy revolves around,
Active Philanthropy – Him, the staff and the Foundation invest their time and expertise in every project, program, and organization they support.
Life Path Impact – He seeks out, financially supports and comes up with organizations that target and continuously engages its target audience through many stages of life. He develops programs that address children, adolescents, and adults and maintain a continuous connection with the target group.
Philanthropic Synergy – Not only does he provide funding, but also the guidance that philanthropic organizations need to amplify their impact. This is achieved when he develops programmatic partnerships with other nonprofit organizations which are like minded.
Adam Milstein is currently the co-founder and chairman at the national level of the Israeli-American Council. There, he also chairs the national expansion. There are many other organizations that Mr. Adam sits as a board member, such as The Israel on Campus Coalition, Hasbara Fellowships, the StandWithUs, the Jewish Funders Network, AISH Los Angeles, AIPAC, and many others.
Adam, together with his wife Gila are the cofounders of Sifriyat Pijama B’America, which provides free monthly books that teaches Jewish values in Hebrew. Over 15000 Israeli-Jewish America families benefit from this organization in the US.
He served in the army during his youth years and after the service, Adam joined Technion, Israeli Institute of Technology where he graduated in 1978 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business and Economics. In 1983 he graduated with an MBA degree from the University of South Carolina, LA. He is married to Gila Elgrably and together they have three daughters.