When it comes to living a long and happy life, Jason Hope is all about it. He is an avid supporter of the whole anti-aging industry and how it will impact the world. Jason grew up in Arizona and is a proud native. He even attended college in his home state where he earned a BS and Master’s degree in finance. Jason Hope has a passion for the anti-aging industry, as well as technology.
The successful entrepreneur donated $500,000 dollars to his non-profit organization of choice. The SENS Foundation is leading the way of the anti-aging movement. Their approach is unique to others because they focus on preventing age-related disease and illness. Most organizations and the medical industry just work on treating age-related diseases and such as the come, which is all they know. What if instead of giving people grim diagnoses, physicians are able to help prevent such things?
Jason Hope has continued to support the non-profit organization and its founder, Dr. Aubrey de Grey’s mission. To date, Jason has given the organization over $1 million dollars. Dr. Grey founded the organization in 2009 and has donated over $10 million dollars of his own money to further the SENS Foundation’s mission. Jason supports this incredible organization for many reasons. For one thing, they not only focus on preventing one kind of disease, but all kinds. Some of these include Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes, Parkinson’s, and much more. One of the programs they developed is called AGE-breakers. There is a lot more this non-profit organization can discover with time, effort, and energy.
Jason Hope is not only a philanthropist when it comes to the anti-aging industry, but also young entrepreneurs. On his website, Mobile Technology, Jason Hope gives scholarships to innovative young entrepreneurs with smart business ideas when it comes to technology. These scholarships range from $500 to $500,000. Most young entrepreneurs don’t have the support of the financial capital to get their ideas off the ground. Mr. Hope’s financial help can move these people forward so they can start their entrepreneurial journeys. Jason also donates his time to the Arizona Science Center as the director.