Adam Milstein is a founder of a foundation that believes that there are three secrets to being a successful.
Milstein is the co-founder of a foundation called Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation. The purpose of this foundation is to strengthen the Israrli state, the people of Jewish persuasion and the US-Israeil relationship. He gets people services and organizations that help make the foundation’s goal possible.
The services that Milstein provides are consulting, partnership development and fundraising to help programs in the areas of Jewish
continuity, Jewish education and advocacy for Israel.
From his experience as a philanthropist, Adam Milstein believes that there are three secrets to be an effective philanthropist.
To Adam Milstein, the secret of an effective philanthropist is that he or she should know that philanthropic work is a labor of life. When you do philanthropic work, it should not feel like work. You should be well-motivated to do charitable endeavors and to do even more. Doing this kind of work is a blessing and satisfaction should grow as you do the work.
Adam Milstein’s second secret is that a philanthropist should stay focused, but they should always be looking for synergies. With so many causes, it is so easy for a philanthropist to lose focus and spread themselves too thin. They should focus on one cause and pout all their energy into it. Picking a cause close to their expertise would help.
Finding how your organisation can connect to other organizations can help make your philanthropy effective as well.
The third secret of Adam Milstein’s successful philanthropy is that a philanthropist should write a check and go. They should actually go to the foundation and do some work. They should put all their soul in their cause.
Adam Milstein calls his type of philanthropy “active philanthropy” and that is the type of philanthropy that will make philanthropists effective.
With these three secrets, Milstein believes that you can be an effective philanthropist.
His Twitter Profile: https://twitter.com/adammilstein