ADAM MILSTEN’S JOURNEY AS A PHILANTHROPIST

‘Who is Adam Milsten?’ You may ask. This name may not be new to you especially if you are familiar with the well-known philanthropists of the world. Adam Milstein is a popular businessperson and philanthropist who has a significant investment in real estate. Mr Adam is an Israel-American who acts as the managing partner of a company known as the Hager Pacific Properties. Adam’s birth country is Israel at a place known as Hafai. He was the firstborn of his family with his mother being a homemaker and his father a working as a real estate developer. These two met each other after each migrated into Israel. In 1950, they married and had their first child naming him Adam Milstein.

In 1971, Adam Milsteinfound himself in mandatory duty in the Israel defence forces. He served in the Army during the war of Yom Kippur which took place in 1973. During this period, Adam fought on the Egyptian front while Ariel Sharon led the defence forces of Israel. One of the most significant time in the forces was the crossing of the Suez Canal which Adam Milstein actively participated in. Adam, later on, decided to enrol in the Technion to pursue his education. Here he was able to earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Business and Economics. This was in the year 1978. As a student, he was also working with his father in efforts to grow the family business of construction and real estate.

Adam got married in his hometown, Haifa, to Gila Elgrably in the year 1974. Later on in 1981, Adam together with his family moved to the United States where he would eventually earn a master’s degree in business and administration-this was in 1983- from the University of Southern California. With his impressive expertise, Adam worked as a sales agent in real estate. Adam Milstein and his Wife, in 2000, decided to work together and founded the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation. This foundation had an aim of providing philanthropic and charitable services to organisations with relatable aims and objectives. This would, in turn, strengthen the State of Israel, the U.S. and the Jewish people in general and to know more

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