Adam Milstein: Innovator, Inspirator

Adam Milstein, the Israeli-American philanthropist and real estate broker, has been known for his donations and participation to charitable causes for decades.


In 2000, Adam Milstein, a native of Israel, and his wife Gila, established a foundation for students with Jewish heritage to connect with the Israeli state to establish a bond that further connects them to Israel and the Israeli and Jewish people. He is co-founder of Sifriyat Pijama B’America, an organization that provides free books in Hebrew to teach Jewish values to children in the United States.


Adam Milstein has been an active member of the fight to stop anti-Semitism, in the United States–in particular on college campuses–internationally, and around the world.


As a writer and podcaster, Adam Milstein has vehemently opposed the Boycott, Divestment and sanctions Movement, which is bent on perpetuating the Palestinian cause, despite international law.


Milstein has long been a supporter of the Jewish people and of the Jewish movement. He supports the freedman of all people everywhere, but in particular, Milstein’s areas of endeavor have striven towards helping the Jewish people both in the United States, Continental Europe, and in Israel.


As a resident of Encino, California, Adam Milstein is an active participant in the local Jewish community. He and his wife, Gila, have three daughters and three grandchildren. Adam Milstein is the recipient of the American Friends of Magen David Adom Humanitarian of the Year Award. He has been listed among the 25 most influential people on “Jewish Twitter,” as well as the “Top 100 People Positively Influencing Jewish Life.” Refer to This Article for more information.


As part of the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation’s Innovation Competition, college and high school student’s ca apply for a scholarship of up to $15,000 for pro-Israel aspects, or for fighting anti-Israel aspects on campus.


Finalists will present their ideas during the Milstein Student Reception at the 2018 AIPAC Policy Conference in Washington, D.C. on Sunday, March 4th. For more information, got to


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