These words by an Arizona entrepreneur and philanthropist are quite encouraging. For many years, Jason Hope has had an interest in ways in which he will take part in the solving of certain problems that his community faces. It is for this reason that Jason has gone to an extra mile to start different projects that assist raise awareness on health-related issues. Some of the projects Jason Hope started a long time ago include businesses that ensure people get employment. Of burning interest though is how he feels about long healthier living. It is easy to know what kind of a person Jason is. When you listen to his words, read his views, and follow his posts on social media, it is easy to tell what he feels about other.
At one point in his life, Jason said that it is a good thing for each living person to enjoy not just life but good and healthier life. “We all need to live longer and healthier lives. Although it is not an easy thing to do, it is achievable. We need to change the way we approach some matters. The world needs to change its approach to medicine. We shouldn’t be only dealing with treating the problem. Sometimes we need to look at ways to prevent,” Jason said.
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Jason Hope’s Early Life
Jason Hope was born and raised in Arizona. As a young boy, Jason saw how the young and old alike struggle with certain complications that are seen as terminal. He felt that things can be changed if a proper approach is done. It is at this point he started thinking about how to help his community solve some of these problems. Today, several years after his graduation from Arizona State University with a degree in Finance, Jason Hope has started several business initiatives. Some of these businesses have been a major boost to young people.
Recently, Jason pledged a donation of $0.5 million to the SENS Foundation, a non-profit organization that is based in California. According to Jason Hope, the money is to help the NGO conduct its research on how to deal with age-related diseases such as Diabetes, Alzheimer’s, and Atherosclerosis.
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