Jason Hope’s Pledge
Jason Hope is an Arizona based futurist, philanthropist and internet entrepreneur who says it was an honor to have Pledged $500,000 to the SENS Foundation. His donation has helped SENS get tools for the Cambridge laboratory and launch a new research program that will focus on the break down of human tissue and why it occurs. Jason Hope is very pleased that his donation will go towards the research of biotechnologies rejuvenation and its mission to fight age-related disease. He has believed in the work of the SENS Foundation and Dr. Aubrey de Grey, the Co-Founder and Chief Science Officer of the SENS Foundation for quite some time now. He feels that their proactive approach to research and advancement for the treatment of these diseases are the best way to go.
About SENS Foundation
SENS Foundation is a non-profit public charity that is changing the way the world researches and treats age-related disease. This foundation was created in 2009 Some of the diseases that come with age are Alzheimers, Atherosclerosis, lung disease, heart disease, and diabetes just to name a few. These diseases cause our body to age much faster than they are supposed to. Today’s medicine focuses on how to treat these diseases only after they occur. SENS Foundation is taking a preventative approach to stopping these diseases before they start.
About Jason Hope
Jason Hope was born and raised in Tempe Arizona and he attended Arizona State University where he studied finance. He then obtained his MBA from W.C. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. In no time Jason Hope made a name for himself in the international business world and became a much sought-after advisor. Jason Hope stayed close to his hometown and now lives in Scottsdale Arizona where he manages his many business ventures. He likes to spend most of his leisure time investing in philanthropic projects. He has a real passion for education, scientific research, and disease cure. His appreciation for scientific research is based on companies that are willing to change the way modern day medicine experts research and fight disease. The $500,000 pledge Jason Hope made in 2010 was only a very large donation, however, since then he has been an active supporter of the SENS foundation’s research and has been making considerable donations for a very long time.
Jason Hope’s belief in the SENS Foundation is not isolated. Several of the Nation’s wealthiest individuals are also donating money towards the age-related disease crisis.
Jason Hope’s Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/public/Jason-Hope