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Adam Milstein In The Frontline In Jewish Philanthropy

Adam Milstein was recently listed among the most influential philanthropists in the world. He was placed at the 187th position due to his immense influence in philanthropy via social media such as Facebook and Twitter. He was given the award by Richtopia; a London based publication, in collaboration with Rise; a social media ranking organization.

Adam Milstein was ranked among the world’s biggest names in philanthropy like Warren Buffet, Bill and Melinda Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, and political figures like Obama, and Hillary Clinton just to mention a few. Speaking of his recognition, Adam termed philanthropy as the most gratifying part of his life.

Adam Milstein alongside his wife Gila is the founder of the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation. This foundation is dedicated towards organizations that support Israelites in the United States and Israel. These are organizations such as the Israeli-American Council, The American Israel Education Foundation, Stand With Us, Hillel and Israel on Campus Coalition among others.

The Adam Milstein and Gila Milstein Foundation is a foundation whose philanthropy is based on two primary principles. The principles are to strengthen the Jewish people through active philanthropy and, to create collaborations between organizations with similar objectives.

Adam is a native Israeli who is also among the leading investors in the Israeli Real estate sector. Currently, he is the managing partner of Hager Pacific Properties. At his role, he is responsible for the company’s finances, disposition, as well as accounting. Hager Pacific Properties specializes in the acquisition, rehabilitation, and repositioning of properties.

Adam Milstein is a respected individual by his Jewish as well as the international community. He has received awards for his active role in positively enhancing Jews and upholding the Jewish pride and culture. Apart from his latest recognition, had previously been named among the 100 people positively influencing Jewish life, and among the top 25 Twitter Activists.

 

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