James Hope Gives to Anti Aging Cause

Jason Hope donated 500,000 dollars to SNES a foundation dedicated to stopping anti-aging. SNES works to give the public access to technology to help counter aging and prevent diseases such as Alzheimer’s, Diabetes, and Osteoporosis. In a statement Jason Hope made about why he was so passionate about SNES, he said, ” Foundations like SNES are taking a different approach to anti-aging They are focused on finding cures for diseases that break down the body causing us to age faster than we should”

SNES is going to use the money that Jason Hope donated to learn how to break down unwanted molecular bonds. These bonds are a cause of many problems the elderly face such as Arteriosclerosis the hardening of arteries, long-sightedness, and skin aging. The contribution also helped the foundation set up a laboratory program in the United Kingdoms.

Jason Hope philanthropy efforts also reach to the Boys and Girls Club of America, The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Teach for America, The World Wide Orphans Foundation, and the Arizona Science center where he is a member of the Directors Circle.

Another cause that Jason Hope is passionate about is to help students get started in technology. To help with this, he offers grants to seniors in high school and college. To apply for a grant students need to send in there ideas relating to technology.

Jason Hope is native to Arizona. He grew up in Tempe and now lives in Scottsdale. He earned a Masters degree at the University of Arizona. After graduation, he started a mobile communications company. Hope then went on to create several other companies. He now focuses on biotechnology and investing in startups.

He has recently released a book titled ” Understanding the Internet-of-things revolution: A Quick Guide for Thriving in the IoT era.” This book breaks down what society can expect from technology in the future.

For More info: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SENS_Research_Foundation

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