Adam Milstein Charity Announced

The Adam And Gila Milstein Family Foundation disclosed the details about their upcoming “Inspired by Israel” video contest. The contest, a partnership of the foundation and 12Tribe Films Foundation, will be hosted and asks contestants to submit videos that educate, inspire, and entertain people about Israel. The grand prize will be $8,000 and the total amount of prizes given away will be $20,000. There will first be a round of public voting and then the top 10 prizes will be awarded by a panel of experts. This will be the second year that the contest has been held.

Adam Milstein said that in the prior year’s contest they had received more than 100 videos and over 500,000 views. The winner, “Superman’s Got Nothing On Israel”, was featured on various media such as the Jewish Journal and the Jerusalem Post.

Entries must be registered by February 1st and submitted by March 6th. The public will be able to weigh in on the videos entered into the contest March 20th to March 29th and the winner will be announced on April 30th.

The Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation was founded in 2000 by the couple in order to educate young professionals on Jewish and Israeli issues, help them identify with their Jewish roots, increase their Jewish pride, and build a personal connection with the State of Israel. Among its charitable activities the foundation issues grants in order to help college students fund on campus cultural events and campaigns.

In addition to being a philanthropist Adam Milstein is also a real estate developer. He is currently serving as a Managing Partner of Hager Pacific Properties. The company specializes in acquiring and rejuvenating older retail, industrial, and multi-family properties. He received his college education at the Technion- Israel Institute of Technology where he graduated with a degree in Industrial & Business Management, as well as getting his MBA in Entrepreneurship from the University Of Southern California – Marshall School of Business.

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Jason Halpern Real Estate Expertise and the Success of JMH Development

Jason Halpern is a respected and cherished man not only by his family but also in the real estate sector in the US. He is the face of JMH Development Company. He has steered the family business to unimaginable heights.

Jason Halpern

Jason is the current principal of the JMH development. The firm builds luxury houses, hotels, and apartments among other structures. Halpern applies his vast real estate experience to ensure the business continues to acquire more customers as well as strengthening its brand worldwide.

Daniel de la Vega, Aviv Siso, Laura Garcia, Louis Buckworth, Jason Halpern, & Thomas Juul-Hansen

JMH development is committed to developing modern and world-class structures. Recently, the company developed Aloft South Beach Hotel. The hotel emerged as one of the best in New York. Jason believes that the recognition of the Aloft South Beach Hotel will attract more investors as well as boost their reputation in the real estate sector.

The JMH principal assures visiting clients that they will access outdoor pooling as they enjoy the ambiance of the sea. Besides, guests will enjoy a roof deck lounge and gym facilities to relax. Jason also notes that the hotel will have live performances from popular upcoming and famous musicians and thrilling performances by the best bands.

Halpern has a great reputation of restoring historical structures and making them look appealing again. With an experience of over twenty years, only the haters can dispute this claim. Jason has proven that he deserves the credit. Apart from running the family business, Halpern is also the director of Parametric Dinning LLC.

Jason and his company have participated in various philanthropic initiatives in New York and other parts of the US. He demonstrates a significant commitment of his time and resources to helping the less privileged in the society. Through JMH, Jason invested in the building of the Joel A. Halpern Trauma Center. The fundamental aim was to reach out to individuals suffering from heart and neurological disorders. The trauma center conducts surgeries on such people to help them recover from their ailments.

Moreover, Halpern trauma center assists people with burns as well as internal injuries. Besides, the center helps pregnant women and children. Jason continues showing his charitable personality by contributing to various community projects. For instance, in 2015, JMH development entered a partnership with Global Water to help people in Nepal and Ethiopia. The projects have enabled the majority of Nepalese and Ethiopian locals to access clean and safe drinking water.


Doubtlessly JMH Development has continued to prosper under the leadership of Jason Halpern. His expertise in real estate and passion in helping the poor has made him succeed to make JMH Development a multi-million company. Conservative estimates place the value of JMH at over $500million.This phenomenal growth can be attributed to Jason’s hard work and commitment.

Emotion And Epic Scope Make The Greatest Movies


Movies that fans consider to be the greatest of all time are often those that spark an overwhelming feel-good response. The combination of endearing characters, interesting storylines, and production that is epic in scope are qualities that these movies all have in common.


Pronouncing the “greatest movie of all time” is a heavy, and highly subjective task. The following are movies that exhibit ideal theatrical qualities, and have a permanent place in the halls of cinematic excellence.


The Ten Commandments, 1956


This four-hour epic depicts one of the most familiar stories in the Bible, and just so happens to be one of the best movies about Rome. It’s a tale of war, oppression, redemption, and the connection of humanity with a loving higher power. Along with a cornerstone soundtrack, this film has influenced every large scale film since it hit the screen.


The Wizard Of Oz, 1939


This iconic classic was instrumental in lifting humanity out of the horrors of the Great Depression. It’s central theme was the power of friendship and mutual struggle. The war-era special effects revolutionized the way directors considered scope in their productions.


El Cid, 1961


Charlton Heston and Sofia Loren brought glamour to the screen in this retelling of a Spanish king’s struggle to unite his people during the 11th century Moorish incursion into Europe. This movie featured several truly epic army-to-army battle scenes that surely influenced future projects.


2001: A Space Odyssey, 1968

Stanley Kubrick’s magnum opus foresaw the technological domination of humanity in this 1968 experimental film. The scope of the film was space itself, which embodied the unlimited possibilities of the human imagination. From opening to closing credits, this film tackled tough subjects like the birth of artificial intelligence, and the awakening of humanity in a strange modern world.


E.T., 1982


A John Williams soundtrack, a loveable alien, and a troupe of misfit suburban children summed-up the 80s in this sci-fi adventure classic. With this movie, society learned that compassion and fun can exist even in the strangest situations.


Goodfellas, 1993


The ultimate telling of how good can emerge from overwhelming evil is attempted in this film. This is the true story of Henry Hill, an Italian American who was dedicated to using his influence in the mob to accomplish his greatest dream of being a true mob boss. This is one of the absolute best Robert de Niro movies, and stands the test of time as the best crime film ever made outside of The Godfather.


Braveheart, 1995


There is no epic movie theme that is ignored in this account of Scottish hero William Wallace’s medieval victories over the English army. It remains as one of the bloodiest war movies ever made, but somehow is immortalized by its concentration on love, brotherhood, personal sacrifice, and cultural authenticity.  This also reminds me of one of my favorite Brad Pitt movies, Fury, which also encompasses the horror of war but the necessity of waging them sometimes.


Each of these movies provide moments of shock, horror, humor, happiness, and unmatched wonder. They can all be considered among the greatest of all time, and remain popular with modern audiences. They embody all that making movies should be about. This includes wonderful writing, magical storytelling, eternal human themes, and resolutions with extreme emotional weight.