SENS Foundation's Year End Report for 2010, including an overview of the year from our CEO, Mike Kope; a research summary from CSO Aubrey de Grey; commentaries on our Research Center operations and our outreach activities; and a breakdown of our 2010 finances.
SENS Foundation is pleased to announce that it has been granted tax-exempt status as a 501(c)(3) public charity, with an effective date of March 9, 2009. Donations to the Foundation are fully deductible as a charitable contribution.
The global scientific community is increasingly recognizing the role of rejuvenation biotechnologies in addressing age-related disease. This week, Arizona-based businessman Jason Hope announced a $500,000 donation to SENS Foundation, a California-based non-profit organization that works to develop, promote and ensure widespread access to rejuvenation biotechnologies which comprehensively address age-related disease.
Over the last few days we’ve been working to change some of the content of our website, and this seems like a good time to contextualize those changes in a broader discussion of SENS Foundation: who we are, what we want to achieve, why we want to achieve it, and some things we need to do in order to get there. I’ll also address some of the misconceptions about us which I think exist.