Adam Milstein is an ardent humanitarian who has invested a lot of time, work, and resources into bettering circumstantial opportunities for the Jewish community. Of his lengthy list of cultural contributions, his co-founding of the Israeli-American Council and the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation have had perhaps the greatest impact upon advancing the community through their programs that foster leadership roles. Nevertheless, through his proactive participation in these two organizations, Adam Milstein has also inspired other community leaders around the world to unite in his mission to end anti-Semitic violence and assume pro-Israel activism.
Headquartered in Los Angeles, California, the Israeli-American Council was established in 2007 upon the objectives of fortifying U.S.-Israel relations and preserving the cultural identity for the Jewish community. As co-founder and chairman to one of the fastest-growing nonprofit pro-Israel organizations in the world, Adam Milstein strives to inspire leadership and unity among Israeli-Americans through the exhibition of his passion and using the power of his voice to address and resolve cultural concerns. Furthermore, it is also Milstein’s mission as a proactive member of the IAC to motivate others outside of the Jewish community to promote peace and envelope themselves within their own individual means of cultural advocacy.
Nonetheless, to further extend a helping hand to help those of the Jewish community, Adam Milstein and his wife Gila co-founded the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation in 2000 to offer several branches of support to the community. In addition to emphasizing the importance of active philanthropy and philanthropic synergy to community members, the foundation provides healthcare support, educational resources, career training, political research, nonprofit organizational funding, and cultural activism in ridding anti-Semitism.