Jason Hope is a well-known entrepreneur in his native Arizona. Raised in Tempe, Jason received both his Bachelor’s degree in finance and his MBA from Arizona State University.
After college, Jason has been very successful in a number of business ventures. He has also proven to just as active in his philanthropic pursuits.
Jason Hope believes in the benefits of a quality education. He believes that all students should have access to a quality education regardless of their life circumstances. Jason Hope (@jasonhope) has given to a number of education programs in Arizona including a recent donation to the phoenix chapter of Teach For America. Keeping with his theme of providing opportunity for the youth Mr. Hope has also been a generous donor to the Boys and Girls club of Phoenix, the Tony Hawk foundation, the Andre Agassi foundation, and the Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation
The philanthropic pursuits of Jason Hope has not been confined only to the field of education. Mr. Hope has also given to a number of organizations concerned with the health and well-being of humanity. Among these organizations are the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Desert Mountain States Chapter, as well as the Arizona Science Center.
A major development in the philanthropic pursuits of Jason hope is his recent support of the SENS foundation. Mr. Hope has pledged $500,000 in support of the SENS foundation. SENS is a non-profit based in California that researches and develops rejuvenation bio-technologies to combat age-related diseases.
Mr. Hope’s enthusiasm for his support of the SENS foundation are perfectly captured in his own words. “I believe their work is essential to the advancement of human medicine and their approach to the overall problem of human aging and its associated diseases is the only way to go. The advancement of rejuvenation bio-technologies is not only extremely important, but it is the future. I am honored to support the SENS Foundation in its efforts, and hope my support helps drive faster results for all of humanity.”
For more information, visit Jason Hope’s blog.