Adam Milstein’s Undying Pursuit To Promote The Jewish Heritage

Adam Milstein has established a solid career in the real estate industry where he worked as the managing partner for Hager Pacific Properties. Adam Milstein achieved overwhelming success at the company. The company has an asset base of $2 billion. However, Adam’s outstanding performance in the real estate did not bar him from serving his Jewish Community. Over the years, he has been supporting different Jewish initiatives through the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation. The organization offers support and mentorship programs to students around the world with the objective of helping them to get in touch with their Jewish culture and enhance their connection to Israel. The foundation has heavily invested in young Jewish scholars who have gotten an opportunity to gain extensive understanding of their heritage.

Owing to his intense involvement in the Jewish Community, Adam Milstein was listed among the top 200 philanthropists & social entrepreneurs. This recognition is also as a result of the pivotal role that he played in establishing the Israeli-American Council whose goal is to foster connections between the US and Israel. Adam Milstein has pushed for the council’s expansion and spearheaded the development of American foreign policy on Israel and Jewish people relations in general. The frequent contributor to various leading publications has shed light on the importance of the Jewish people to learn to read and write in Hebrew. This way, they will be able to engage deeply to their religion and culture.

Recently, the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation launched a global meme competition that allowed participants to forward their pro-Israel memes. The competition aimed at supporting Israel, saw winners receive cash prizes of $2,000, as they had fun and showcased their skills. The competition featured images, videos, websites and hashtags that would go viral on the internet. Public voting started on 3rd, August 2017 and each participant was to send a maximum of five memes. A panel of six high school and college pro-Israel activists selected the finalists. Adam Milstein believes that the use of memes is the quickest and fun way of promoting a culture. The meme contest was also sponsored by other pro-Israel and Jewish organizations.

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