Adam Milstein: An Israeli American Exemplar

Adam Milstein knows the ins and outs of getting a return. As a top level real estate agent he has made a fortune making smart decisions. Today he is partnered with Hager Pacific Properties as a top level manager.

 

If all Adam Milstein did was hoard money there wouldn’t be much point writing about him. He shares his success all around the United States by promoting love of one’s Israeli heritage through supporting numerous Israeli support organizations.

 

His experience in helping his people have not gone unnoticed. Adam Milstein sits on the board of numerous Jewish philanthropist groups including StandWithUs, Israel on Campus Coalition and Hasbara Fellowships, as well as the Jewish Funders Network, Birthright Israel, Stand By Me and the AIPAC National Council.

 

Always willing to give advice, Adam Milstein has these tips to share to young and budding people that want to get involved in philanthropy work.

 

1.Love What you are doing

 

“If you do what you love and love what you do, you’ll get satisfaction out of your charitable endeavors and feel motivated to do even more.”

 

2.Focus Your Energy

 

No one alive has unlimited time or energy. Focus on a few causes that you re passionate about.

 

“Instead of dedicating partial attention to many different causes, it’s important to identify the issues that you feel most passionate about and focus your attention there.”

 

3.Don’t be Afraid to Get Your Hands Dirty

 

Money is not the only thing a philanthropist can contribute. If you have the skills to help your cause do so.

 

“The best philanthropists do more than write a check and move on. They roll up their sleeves and contribute their time, talent, connections, and expertise to actively advance the non-profit’s mission.

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