Haroldo Jacobovicz Institute Will Support 20 Institutions in Curitiba and Region

Haroldo Jacobovicz, a successful technology entrepreneur and investor based in Curitiba, is known for giving back to society. He is expected to donate 250,000 reais to various causes in 2021, including daycare centers, nursing homes, animal protection organizations, cancer treatment and prevention, assistance for the disabled, hospitals, and homeless people.


To increase his philanthropic efforts, Jacobovicz created the Haroldo Jacobovicz Institute (IHJ) with a budget and team to focus on social issues. The institute will be led by Jacobovicz as CEO, with his wife as vice president and daughters as administrative and legal directors. The IHJ aims to preserve current initiatives and identify new fronts for action, including a project in technology, innovation, and education.

Philanthropy Culture

Haroldo is a philanthropist who follows his parents’ contributions to the community. He believes that individual success is linked to contributing to collective well-being. Philanthropy is a family legacy that he hopes to pass down to his descendants.

The family supports institutions long-term rather than just providing one-time assistance. They regularly donate and organize holiday activities like Christmas, Children’s Day, etc. Unfortunately, the pandemic disrupted these events. Basically, the family’s institute aims to create a structured annual calendar following health guidelines. Currently, they support 20 beneficiary organizations in Curitiba and surrounding regions, such as hospitals, animal welfare organizations, etc.

Caring For Others

Haroldo Jacobovicz is an entrepreneur who values charitable acts and caring for others. His companies aim to promote digital transformation and a well-being environment for employees. They offer a comprehensive benefits package, including health insurance, education assistance, and baby baskets for new parents.

Jacobovicz is a Civil Engineer with a passion for technology and works to develop projects that improve people’s lives. He currently heads a new digital company to foster social inclusion and equal opportunities in education and employment.

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