Greenbriar Middle School’s Charitable Acts by Kisling Nestico & Redick

Many kids look forward to spring break. However, some don’t do that. They are filled with worry about where they’ll get their next meal. On Thursday in Parma Heights, Greenbriar Middle School received a donation of $1,200 from KNR (Kisling Nestico & Redick). A total of 60 bags filled with essential foods such as peanut butter, bread, fresh fruit, and others were given to the students to keep them satisfied while on spring break. KNR has a one-year mission called KNR Cares About Kids. The purpose is to help children in Ohio do things to the best of their abilities.

Parma Heights has many food security issues. So, when KNR offered to donate food, everyone was happy because the kids need the free or lower-priced foods. When the kids are away from school, some don’t get every meal of the day. Finding a chance for the school administration to give free food to the kids is something they appreciate.

When winter comes, most people like to go swimming. Team Kisling Nestico & Redick are ready to do that with you this year. They are hoping that their planed Polar Bears plunge will raise $25,000. The plunge has grown every year. It started with only 70 people jumping into the lake. Last year, the plunge had about 800 participants.

The Polar Bear Club had a goal of raising $150,000, an equivalent of 600,000 meals for Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank that offers essential items such as food to almost 500 hot meal sites, shelters, food pantries, and other food-related programs. Over the years, Kisling Nestico & Redick has raised about $109,000 for supporting local firms. The jump took place at 2 p.m. on February 23.

Kisling Nestico & Redick is a law firm that was started in 2005. It offers representation to injured clients in Ohio. This firm has made a name for itself for being the leading personal injury law firms in the state of Ohio. The firm has experience in the insurance industry as well as law. The firm has subsidiaries in 11 locations. There are 37 lawyers in the firm and 130 support staff who are focused on representing injured car accident victims.

The Man Known As Shafik Sachedina

Shafik Sachedina works with the Jamati institution as the director of the department for which he is the head, on top of his formal work in being a dental surgeon. Sachedina graduated from Guys Hospital Dental School in London, with schooling also from Kings college. In addition to this Sachedina is the owner and chairperson of Sussex Healthcare Company, a company prided on providing homes and assistance services to patients in Sussex County, South England.

Shafik Sachedina was born in May of 1950 in Dare Salaam, Tanzania. Today he lives at the Aglemont estate in France, as he is situated at the secretariat of his highness Aga Khan. To supplement his work as a dental surgeon, in matters concerning his company Sussex Healthcare, Sachedina works as a coordinator of programs and activities for the Ismaili community institutions. Here he coordinates programs for a variety of 16 principle area. This is in addition to his work at the Aga Khan Developmental Network. For the Aga Khan Developmental Network’s programs, and the Ismaili communities of Central Asia Sachedina is the main middleman who establishes connection and communications between the organizations.

Sachedina is currently the joint chairman of the Sussex Healthcare Company which he created, and also serves on the board of the Institute of Ismaili studies. Over the years, Dr. Sachedina has developed many entrepreneurial and philanthropic knacks in the health sector. His work as a dental surgeon at the Jamati institution has become largely an avenue of volunteerism. On top of this he has also served his aspect of philanthropy in becoming the president of the U.K. branch of the Ismaili Council. In addition to his philanthropic and entrepreneurial interests, Dr. Shafik Sachedina holds many positions, ranging from his membership on the board of governors, to his work as the chairman of FOCUS.

In further examining Sachedina’s healthcare company, Sussex, we can see that it has offered support services and general healthcare for the last 25 years. The company offers many care options including a customized care service. In 2002, Sussex received accreditation from Health Quality Services. Following this, three years later, the company gained international standard accreditation, being ISO 9000:2000, covering management systems. Due to these accreditations the company became the first of its kind to receive both HQS and ISO 9000:2000 accreditations. The company achieved this acclaim due to its revolutionary approach to healthcare in its mission to treat using both leisure and recreational activities as they are vital to good health on top of the negation of an illness.

Visit sussexhealthcare.org for more details about Shafik Sachedina.

ADAM MILSTEIN THE PHILANTHROPIST

Early Life

Adam Milstein is a native of Israel and was born in 1952. He is the Son of Hillel, a real estate developer, and Eva Milshtein (née Temkin), a homemaker. He served in the IDF during the 1973 Yom Kippur War. Adam Milstein and Gila Elgrably got married in Haifa, Israel in 1974 and together they had three daughters. He migrated with his wife and daughters to the United States in 1981. Milstein received his Business Administration degree Masters from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles in 1983. He then entered the commercial real estate as a salesman.

 

Career

Milstein is a managing partner at the firm Hager Pacific Properties which specializes in rehabilitating, acquiring, and repositioning industrial, office, retail, and multi-family properties. He is in charge of the company’s financing, accounting, and disposition.

 

Philanthropy

Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation found by Milstein and his spouse Gila in 2000, sponsors the education of students and young professionals to do the following:

– Identify with the roots of Jews.

– connect with the nation of Israel.

– Ignite the pride of the Jews.

– Give them knowledge and facts to advocate for the Jewish people and nation of Israel.

 

The three principles of Adam Milstein’s philanthropic philosophy of operation.

  1. Philanthropic Synergy:

Adam Milstein offers guidance and funding to assist organizations which are philanthropic amplify their impact by developing programmatic partnerships; synergies with other non-profit entities that are working toward shared goals.

  1. Active Philanthropy:

The Foundation of Milstein Family together with its staff and Adam Milstein invest in expertise and significant time and not only financial resources but every organization, project, and program that they are involved in.

  1. Life Path Impact:

Adam Milstein develops, seeks out, and funds organizations that continuously engage their target population through life’s stages. Organizations maintain a deep and continuous relationship with their target audience by creating programs tailored for adolescence, childhood, and the different adulthood’s stages.