Jason Hope Is A Major Contributor To Anti-Aging Research

The world needs as many philanthropists as it can get to support the industries that are important both in the present and the future. There are currently no industries that are more important than healthcare and technology, which are both growing at a steady rate every single year.

Jason Hope is a dedicated philanthropist that has been contributing to research all over the country through charitable donation and personal involvement. One of the most impressive donations Jason Hope has put forth yet is his 500,000 dollar funding of the SNES Research Foundation, a healthcare organization that is dedicated to finding treatments for debilitating illnesses, such as Alzheimer’s.

The full name of this organization is a mouthful standing for Strategies for Engineered Negligible Senescence Research. Their primary focus these days is to research and develop treatments in anti-aging. This foundation was found in 2009 in California and they wish to transform the way the world researches when it comes to diseases relating to age. The SENS Research Foundation was founded by Kevin Perrott, Sara Marr, Michael Kope, Aubrey de Grey, and Jeff Hall, which have expressed gratitude for Jason’s aid to the company and their research for many years to come.

Jason Hope may have become a successful businessman and the financial side of life, but he didn’t consider himself a true success until he was able to give back and start focusing on the future for everyone. He has been a part of so many different organizations and philanthropic causes over the years, Jason has few competitors out there when it comes to generosity and charitable giving. Since first getting involved in the community, Jason Hope has provided aid to dozens of organizations, including the Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation, the Family Health Foundation, Worldwide Orphans Foundation, The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, the T-Gen Foundation, and many others.

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