Jason Hope is an entrepreneur, futurist, and philanthropist who wants help humanity out in whatever ways he can. The organizations he chooses to work with cover a vast range of his different interests, and he has put together a formula for aspiring philanthropists to help them discover where they can be of help. One of the first things that Jason Hope advises hopeful philanthropists to do is write down a list of their passions. After this, they can start looking for organizations that match up with those passions. Next, he suggests that people consider whether they want to work on a national level or a local level. Visit on his twitter for more updates.
Jason Hope has suggested through his writing that aspiring philanthropists decide whether they can help out by donating their money or their time. Local organizations often appreciate time donations because they can always use the extra help. When money comes into the equation, a person may be able to help out on a larger level. After figuring out how a person wants to help, Hope suggests that they should do the research to find opportunities to do so. They can search the internet to do this or they can talk with family, neighbors, or friends to see if they can point them in the right direction.
Jason Hope has been a philanthropist for many years now, and one of the focuses of his charitable giving has been the anti-aging biotechnology industry. Hope donated $500,000 to the SENS Foundation to aid it with its mission to treat age-related disease before it ever happens. The SENS Foundation is not working to make people live forever but is in existence to make people’s lives much more enjoyable. The foundation has been doing amazing work that may lead to an answer to age-related diseases like Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, and cancer. He has been paying attention to the work of Aubrey de Grey for quite some time. After discovering that the foundation’s mission, as well as de Grey’s, was in alignment with his own, Jason Hope decided to move ahead and donate enough money to make a real difference with the work it is doing.