George Soros has made a career out of being a philanthropist. He knows what he can do to help people and he also knows that it takes a lot of work to be able to help people in the best way possible. Because George Soros has been doing this for years, he has come up with some major techniques. Politico reported that he was actually becoming active on the scene again just so he can do this. He likes to first educate people. He then empowers them with the money that he has and then he likes to support them so that they can continue to make a difference in their own lives. Throughout his entire career, George Soros has been confident in the things that he is doing and he has always tried to make a difference for those who have less than him. Learn more about his profile at businessinsider.com.
Education is the key to being good at things and George Soros knows that this is the only thing that will help people to have better lives and will be the only way that everyone can have better situations no matter what is going on. He even likes to help people who are destitute and who are having problems in their lives. George Soros knows a lot about education and about how it can make a difference for everyone. He has tried his hardest to make sure that things are going to work out and to make sure that people are going to be able to enjoy their lives no matter what is going on.
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Once he supports people with the educational opportunities that they need, he then tries to make sure that he can empower them. This is where the money that he has comes in at and he uses that money to donate to causes that he sees are going to help people. It has been something that he has done for his entire life and it continues to be an opportunity that he has to make a difference. George Soros knows that spending money, like he did in Ferguson, is always the right way to give people power.
Once people have power and they know what they can do with it, George Soros knows that they can make a difference. He also knows that things will continue to get better for all of these people and that they will be able to make a big difference in the lives that they are living. George Soros will always support the people that he has helped and will always be happy to provide them with the things that they might be missing out on without the help that he has to give in the form of money. Read this article at Washington Times.
According to an article posted in Forbes, Soros in September 2016 said that his foundation was investing $500 million in companies that have refugee founders and migrants especially those going into Europe. He has a soft spot for refugees and over the years have supported them mainly due to his background, for instance, George Soros contributed $3 million to PAC in March 2016 to mobilize Hispanic voters. Discover the Networks has also done a story on Soros, have indeed introduced him to the world in style. According to the article published on the Discover the Network website, Soros; is the world most powerful politician. The report attributes his influence to his wealth; 13 billion in personal finances and $ 25billion in investor assets. The article explores Soros’ beliefs expressed in his book The Alchemy of Finance and then it goes ahead to explore his political, philanthropic and social life.
George Soros makes headlines for his contributions toward political agendas, for his prose in business, for his investments and his contribution to the community. He was born Budapest Hungary on August 12, 1930, making him 86 years old and he lived through the Nazi occupation of 1944-5. After the war, Soros left Budapest in 1947 for London. In London, he worked as a porter and a nightclub waiter and was able to support his studies at the London School of Economics. It was in the year 1956 that he moved to the US and went to the world of finance and investment on nytimes.com. In 1970 he launched Soro Fund Management a hedge fund. He made a fortune and according to Forbes magazine, he is worth 25.2 billion USD (2017).
George Soros’ political life is equally impressive, and he is back on the frontline of this decade’s ideological struggles. He knows too well the struggles against authoritarianism having gone through the nationalist pro-Nazi Hungarian regime. The main reason for setting up the Open Society Foundation was to give libraries, civil society and native groups copy machine to reprint their publications in the then Soviet-dominated Hungary. His foundation continued to work with local; politicians and some of the achievements was the overthrow of Serbia’s Slobodan Milosevic in 2000 and the Ukraine’s up rise against authoritarian leaders in 2004 and 2013-14.In American, the funneling millions to the Democratic Party and in Europe is pushing his agenda through his foundation that works with over 100 countries in the world.
He is not all about, politics and investments, Soros’s is also a philanthropist who began his philanthropic journey in 1979 where he gave scholarships to black students under the South Africa apartheid regime. During the cold war, he supported the creation of more accountable, transparent and democratic societies in Africa, Asia, and America. Soros is one of the people who fought for same-sex marriages and continues to fight for an open society. He supports paralegals and lawyers representing those unlawfully held and continued to support students from marginalized groups on discoverthenetworks.org. He supports other organization such as New Economic Thinking, International Crisis Group. He believes in an open, more just and a more equitable for all.
In November, the IAC (Israeli American Community), held the biggest conference in the community’s history, in the nation’s capital. The third national conference brought together over 2,100 Jewish-Americans and Israeli-Americans of all backgrounds and ages. They were alongside their dynamic leaders, lawmakers across the political divide and the thinkers to change the Jewish life conversation. The three-day conference was proof that this community is getting stronger than before. In 2014, total attendance was 650, in 2015 it was 1,300 and over 2,000 this year.
What is Fuelling the Rapid Growth?
According to Adam Milstein, the conference has not been building an organization but rather a movement that is entirely rooted in the new identity of Israeli-American. Before the IAC was founded, this identity was lacking but it exists now and members proudly embrace it. It shows that the members are proud of their new home America and remain deeply connected to their Jewish homeland (Israel).
IAC has over the last three years grown from only Los Angeles to ten regional councils that have activities in about 27 states and engage over 250,000 Americans with a Israeli descent in the nation. The Israeli-Americans are slowly becoming a bridge between the American and Israeli people. They are part of a pillar of the Jewish American community’s strength and no longer at its fringes. Adam believes that the IAC is creating a movement that will last for many generations to come to change the Jewish future.
About Adam Milstein
Adam is the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation’s co-founder where he offers philanthropic and charitable services to a number of organizations. This is meant to strengthen the Israel state, Jewish people and relationship of US-Israel. These philanthropic services include partnership development, fund raising and consulting to offer support to programs in areas of Jewish continuity, Pro-Israel advocacy and Jewish education.
Milstein’s philanthropic operation philosophy is made up of three principles. Active philanthropy; where the foundation and staff invest time and expertise and not just financial resources alone in every project, organization and program. Life path impact; Adam seeks, funds and develops the organizations that help their targets through the many stages of life. Philanthropic synergy; he provides guidance and funding to help philanthropic organizations in amplifying their impact by forming partnerships with other non-profit entities.