Jason Hope Gives SENS Foundation $500,000, Predicts How The IoT Will Change The World in 2018 and Beyond
For a long time, Jason Hope, the Arizona philanthropist and futurist has been concerned about the kind of life human beings live. He argues that man has the ability to live a much longer life if some of the prevailing factors are removed. According to Jason Hope, it is possible for man to live longer than 100 or so years if current and ongoing research on anti-ageing agents and age-related complications are looked at. For this reason, Jason has been in the forefront of ensuring that different individuals and research startups get the necessary funding to boost their quest for better lives. For more information read about Jason Hope at theinternetofthings.eu
Jason Hope is aware that now than any other time in history; man is plagued by several health problems that make life unbearable thus making living longer life completely undesirable. He seeks to help as many people as possible to live a longer life thanks to his donations. His notable donation is the $500,000 that he gave to SENS Foundation in 2010. Hope gave the donation during a Breakthrough Philanthropy that took place at the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco.
SENS Foundation was started in 2009 to help startups and individuals run successful programs and launch biotechnology products that focus on combating ageing as well as age-related diseases. In the biotechnology segment, researchers take several months and years to study how living cells inside the human body. The aim is to try to see how to stop or delay the living cells from wearing out. Jason Hope has not only given his donation to SENS Foundation. He has in the past given his support to various individuals and startups that embrace the use of biotechnology to lengthen life as much as possible. Other areas where the study of biotechnology is involved are healthier food production, improvement of agricultural methods, and an enhanced understanding of various elements of how proper medication can combat age-related diseases and at the same time improve individuals’ quality of life.
Before giving SENS Foundation, Jason Hope looked at its mission statement. It is likely that the message in the mission statement impressed him to give a donation. The MBA W.P. Carey School of Business in Arizona alumni loved this message, “Transform the way the world researches and treats age-related disease.”