Jason Hope is a tech entrepreneur, futurist, investor, and philanthropist who has a passion for giving back to people. He is an advocate and believer in The Internet of Things, which is a term that described objects and devices that are connected to the internet that can collect, send out, and store data. Smart phones and the like are among these, but objects like fitness trackers, smart cars, and even futuristic vegetable and fruit juicers that allow people to send signals online that gets them started are included in The Internet of Things. Jason helps companies look into the future to see where product or service opportunities are available.
Jason Hope’s Philanthropy
Jason Hope has recently given back to the scientific community by donating $500,000 to the SENS Foundation, which is a California based non-profit group that is working to create and promote access to biotechnologies that help people with age-related diseases. Jason has had a great interest in what the foundation does and believes in their mission greatly. He feels that a complete redefinition of healthcare is on its way and that rejuvenation bio-technologies are the new wave of the future. SENS works hard to figure out how to repair the damage which happens to people as a result of aging before it causes other deadly pathologies.
Jason Hope’s 4-Step Philanthropic System
Jason believes that people should always give as much of themselves to other people or causes that they believe in, and he has come up with a formula to help others do so. The first step is for a person to write down a list of their own passions and to look for groups organizations that align with them. The second step is to decide whether to help out on a local or national level. The third step is to decide what ways you want to get involved with an organization you choose. Will you donate time or money, or maybe both? The final step is to do more research and look to friends, neighbors, and family for recommendations about who to help to learn more about us: http://jasonhope.com/technology/ click here.
Jason believes in the future of our world, and he wants to encourage you to do the same.