The Philanthropist Adam Milstein Supports Societal Growth

Adam Milstein is the current managing director of Hager Pacific, and he started working at the company when very little was known about its endeavors. In the course of time, and as a result of his input, the company became the best real estate management enterprise. The philanthropist attended the Southern California University upon moving to the United States of America, and he continued to sharpen his skills in business management by undertaking a Master’s in Business Administration.

Through the business skills that he has been able to gain, he has established the Adam Milstein and Gila Milstein Foundation to help Jews in America. The organization uplifts the welfare of Jews who have moved to the United States in search of a job. The agency also promotes cultural practices of the Jews in America so that the youth who go to America from Israel can uphold their traditions.

The Adam and Gila Milstein Foundation has managed to enroll many donors and volunteers who provide the much-needed support. At the moment, the foundation is in a position to offer approximately $2 million in an year to other smaller organizations that specialize in helping the Jews who move to America. Adam married Gila Elgrably in 1974, and they have four daughters who are at the moment living in the United States, but they are also taught on a daily basis the importance of their culture.

The real estate management business provided Adam with a platform to make great leaps forward by allowing him to apply the education that he acquired while in school. Due to the significant returns that Adam obtained from the real estate business, he was able to re-invest the money, not for his gain, but to support Jews in the United States, yet they did not have a place to stay.

Any investment in life requires strategy, and that is what enabled Adam to succeed in the process of establishing the Adam and Gila Milstein Foundation. The objective of the enterprise is not only to support Jews, but also to build a better relationship with the government.