With a firm foundation in Arizona, Jason Hope zeroes in on education when it comes to his altruistic outreach as well as cures for diseases, discoveries in science and many more. As someone who calls Arizona home, Jason Hope believes in the education-centric programs that never stop teaching and the companies striving to find cures and keep diseases from spreading or starting in the first place.
Jason Hope is known philanthropist. Some of the organizations he has worked alongside include but are certainly not limited to: the Boys and Girls Club of Metropolitan Phoenix, the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Desert Mountain States Chapter, the Tony Hawk Foundation and the Andre Agassi Foundation. He also worked alongside the International Foundation for Education and Self Help and the Arizona Science Center; a place where he counts himself a valued part of a group known as the Director’s Circle.
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Recently, Jason Hope donated $500,000 to the SENS Foundation which was started in 2009 to raise awareness for and make sure there was a way for many people to receive biotechnological treatment that helps to restore issues caused by metabolism. His pledge is going towards the further growth of modern medicine and the process in which specific diseases such as Diabetes and Alzheimer’s are dealt with. The pharmaceutical and healthcare industry at large can be positively changed through the hard and persistent work of SENS Foundation and the work of Dr. Aubrey de Grey.
Jason Hope’s generous donation will help to forward the work needed to proceed finding cures for these myriad diseases that specifically affect aging. This can lead to eventual breakthroughs in science the likes of which many hoped for but did not anticipate. The $500,000 will greatly benefit those who suffer while aging and hopefully, many more researchers will search for solutions for those who are truly in need.
Check more about Jason Hope: http://bitsylink.com/2018/07/02/scottsdale-philanthropist-jason-hope-helps-pioneering-nonprofit-fight-aging/