Adam Milstein is one of the most influential people of Jewish origin living in the United States today. He is working on pro-Israeli and pro-Jewish non-profit initiatives. Milstein is the founder of the Israeli-American Council (IAC). This organization has headquarters based in Los Angeles. He serves as the board chairman of the organization, which is the fastest growing pro-Jewish organization in the world today. It is under his leadership that the organization has opened branches in 12 states in the United States.
In the spirit of working for the betterment of the Israeli community, Adam Milstein and his wife Gila have created a philanthropic foundation known as the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation. This foundation is meant to help people of Jewish origin and who live in the United States to learn about their origin, culture and the relationship they hold with the State of Israel. Milstein family is interested in making sure that Jews living in the United States know about the attachment they have with their motherland. On her part, Gila Milstein has created an organization known as Stand By Me, an organization that takes care of Jews affected by cancer.
Through these organization, Adam Milstein understands how the non-profits organizations operate. Currently, they are proud to have sponsored over 100 pro-Israeli organizations to run their programs in the right way. Every year, Milstein spends about $1 million that goes to philanthropic causes. He is however interested in output, unlike many other philanthropists. He follows up to see that the money he gives put is spent to achieve the intended goals.
Adam Milstein has a big heart of helping the less fortunate. He is also interested in supporting his motherland, a country which he feels is unfairly targeted by dark forces. The Jewish community is on the verge of destruction if the enemies are given an opportunity to implement their ideas. Adam Milstein believes the only way the Jewish community can resist oppression from the enemies is by uniting and forging forward together as a team. Right now, he is happy with the results he sees in young Jews. Most of them are now ready to stand up and defend their identity.