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This article was published in the HPP blog May 3, 2021. By Adam Milstein Some say that it’s more challenging to effectively donate money than to earn it. I agree. While it is a “no brainer” to choose the non-profit organizations you support based on your personal acquaintances or social affiliations, real impact can only be achieved by creating a strategic philanthropic plan and being willing to implement it. There have been few experiences in my life more rewarding or meaningful than becoming an active philanthropist. I arrived in America in 1981, after serving in the Israeli Defense Forces, fighting  Read More…

This article was originally published in Company Cultures on March 26, 2021. Adam Milstein, known globally for his leadership in both the philanthropic and business worlds, might be second to none when it comes to work ethic and drive. Over the course of his life and career, he’s shown a commitment to his goals that is the stuff of legend among peers in business and philanthropy. What can we learn about Adam Milstein’s work ethic? Here are five lessons that can help us all master the drive and grit it takes to help change the world— and ourselves. 1. Service  Read More…

This article was originally published in Company Leaders on March 16, 2021. Born in Israel, Adam Milstein came to America in 1981 and quickly made a name for himself. In Israel he established his unparalleled work ethic and commitment to striving for success while serving in the IDF during the Yom Kippur war. He would later funnel that same work ethic to attain his MBA from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. He is now a managing partner at Hager Pacific Properties, a nationwide property investment firm that’s a major leader in the world of commercial real estate.  Read More…

This article was originally published in Around Los Angeles on March 9, 2021. Adam Milstein has had success on multiple fronts throughout his life. In addition to his professional endeavors, Milstein has managed to carve out a name for himself among the most generous active philanthropists of this generation – both with his resources and his efforts. According to Milstein, it is this truth – that monetary support must be combined with personal involvement when it comes to active philanthropy – that sets long-lasting philanthropy apart from that which runs its course and fizzles out. Here are five things that  Read More…

This article was originally published in Data Source Hub on February 22, 2021. “Strong families, and strong educational, cultural and social communal institutions are critical for empowering the next generation with pride and leadership.” – Adam Milstein Adam Milstein is a commercial real estate investor and a mega philanthropist based in Los Angeles. His personal and professional success is driven by his commitment and dedication to his family, his business and philanthropy. Adam is a managing partner with Hager Pacific Properties and was nominated as one of the top 50 Zionist influencers of 2020. In addition to his successful business  Read More…

This article was originally published in Charity + Life. As a young man, Adam Milstein made a personal commitment to serve his fellow Jews, and to date, he has proven good on that promise. Today he is active in several philanthropic endeavors to help his people and has been widely recognized for his efforts. Adam completed his service with the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) and fought in the 1973 Yom Kippur War, when he initially made his passionate commitment to serve. Adam came to believe that if God guarded him from any harm during his military battle, then he should  Read More…

Originally posted in the Baltimore News Journal on January 25, 2021. Some couples take up ballroom dancing, others host elaborate dinner parties or go antiquing on the weekend, but for real estate investor Adam Milstein and his wife Gila, genuine coupledom means making a difference in their lifetime, and making a difference is all about giving back to their community and their country. Widely known as one of the most influential philanthropic couples in Los Angeles and far beyond, the pair donates on a global scale, focusing mainly on three areas: strengthening American values, supporting the U.S.-Israel alliance, and combating  Read More…

This article was originally published on January 11, 2021 on News Hunt 360. Adam Milstein is a successful businessman known for his residential, commercial, and industrial real estate involvement, but he is also a noted philanthropist, being recognized among the 2017 200 Most Influential Do-Gooders. His philanthropic contributions over the past 20 years have focused primarily on Israel-related causes, and much of his work has been accomplished through the foundation he established with his wife Gila. Adam’s passion for Israel and its people stems from his childhood and formative years as a young adult. He was born in Israel as part  Read More…

This article was originally published on January 4, 2021 on People of DC. Israeli-born and now US-based Adam Milstein is a highly successful real estate entrepreneur, and he’s recently been recognized as one of the world’s top philanthropists. His recent ranking among the world’s 200 Most Influential Do-Gooders reflects Mr. Milstein’s sustained efforts to support the State of Israel and help Jews throughout the world. Over the past 15 years, Milstein has been heavily involved with numerous organizations that promote Israel-related causes. Adam’s passion for Jewish and Israeli causes stems from his own personal life story. Born into an Israeli Latin-American family in  Read More…

This article originally appeared in JNS on December 17, 2020. The best chance to fight anti-Semitism in the United States is by elucidating the connections between the hatred of Jews and anti-American sentiments, according to philanthropist, real estate developer and Jewish communal activist Adam Milstein, who held a webinar on Wednesday hosted by the Los Angeles Holocaust Museum. Milstein said the Jewish community cannot combat such an age-old scourge simply by arguing about anti-Semitic messages or defining it as a “Jewish problem.” Instead, groups and movements spreading hate need to be addressed and targeted directly. What is needed, he added,  Read More…