Posts Under ‘Philanthropist’ Category

Adam Milstein and His Great Work

Adam Milstein indeed was a very prominent person in real estate in Israel. His name is famous, and it is no doubt that Adam Milstein left a legacy in the real estate. Adam Milstein is the managing director of the Hager Pacific Properties, that has developed an excellent portfolio used all over the country, and…Continue Reading…

Funding From George Soros Pushes Forward Ferguson Civil Rights Protests

Although the majority if U.S. citizens who followed the news during the Summer of 2014 would have thought the Ferguson protests grew up as a grassroots action the role played by billionaire George Soros was key to the development of the protests taking place from Summer 2014 to late Fall of the same year. George…Continue Reading…

Bob Reina Goes The Distance

When it comes to going the distance and really seeing things through, there is no one out there that can compete with Bob Reina. Quite frankly, he is in a league of his own, and that is a good thing. As founder and CEO of Talk Fusion since 2007, this has been his life, his…Continue Reading…

George Soros Philanthropic Involvement

George Soros was born in Budapest, Hungary in 1930. At the period the country was infested by Nazis. HE spent his entire childhood with his family running from the Nazis. Later, George Soros solely migrated to England where he enrolled in London School of Economics and graduated. In 1956, George then shifted to America for…Continue Reading…

Bruce and Karen Levenson’s Seeds Grow into Center

A Leading Center for Philanthropic Studies The PR Newswire first reported this story abut the gift given by the Levensons that has sprouted and grown. Three years ago Bruce Levenson and Karen Levenson launched The Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership at the University of Maryland. This was actually launched with seed money from Bruce…Continue Reading…