Who thought inventing memes could actually reward meme-makers with real and serious amounts of cash? The Adam Milstein and Gila Milstein Family Foundation had a brilliant idea to group pro-Israel meme creators.
Yes, that’s right, there is an upcoming meme competition that is turning the internet upside down and is causing memes, which were already in a big abundance, to increase their rate of creation by a huge margin.
The Meme Competition, as the creators of the event, the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation, like to call it, began accepting submissions this Friday, at 6 AM Eastern Standard Time.
The whole internet began tagging the competition with their most profound and competitive memes, and everyone is having a blast while the best content creators are being awarded with spots to potentially be a part of those who will receive a part of the $2,000 prize pool.
The pro-Israel meme creators are a big part of those who provide cultural milestones for the Gen Z, as the family who is organizing the event wanted to add. The competition was an interesting way to join the internet together and bring awareness of the problems Israel is currently facing. These problems, however, shouldn’t erase all the comedy, dramatic moments and all kinds of emotions from the matter. The deepest the content, the better it is to express the culture of Israel while everyone is joined together to have a good time.
The Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation received a lot of praise, one of the key members of the family being Adam Milstein. Adam Milstein agreed wholeheartedly with the project that his family’s foundation wanted to organize.
According to the businessman Adam Milstein, who is a managing partner at the firm Hager Pacific Properties. The administrator is a native from Israel, and he is a big supporter of the community and is constantly wanting to help them in their times of need by organizing events like the meme competition.
Adam Milstein is hoping that this competition will help bring people on the internet together and change some of the disparity that exists in the online world, while also promoting awareness of one of the most contemporary problems in the world.