Entrepreneur and investor Haroldo Jacobovicz

Entrepreneur and investor Haroldo Jacobovicz, who has spent more than 30 years in Curitiba technological industry, is renowned for giving back to the community. He intends to donate about 250 thousand reais in 2021 to hospitals, childcare facilities, nursing homes, animal protection groups, institutions, and campaigns for treating and averting cancer in children and adults, the disabled, and homeless. The entrepreneur chose to establish the Haroldo Jacobovicz Institute after turning 60 this year in order to ensure future charitable activities.

Philanthropy Culture


Haroldo’s commitment to philanthropy is part of a culture that has always been present in his life. His parents always supported social causes and as a result, he developed a sense of empathy at an early age. When he was still a child, Haroldo Jacobovicz would often accompany his father to visit patients at the cancer ward of a local hospital. These visits profoundly impacted the young Haroldo and shaped his worldview. In recent years, Haroldo has been particularly involved in initiatives to help children with cancer. He is a board member of the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee. He has also supported the construction of a new cancer ward at the Hospital de Clínicas de Curitiba.

Haroldo’s philanthropic activities are not limited to cancer initiatives. He has also supported a number of other causes, including environmental protection, education, and animal welfare. In 2020, he donated R$1 million to the Amazon Rainforest Conservation Fund. He has also donated to a number of educational institutions, including his alma mater, the Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná (PUCPR).

The corporate values of Haroldo Jacobovicz’s business include giving to charity and showing compassion to others. Their technologically based solutions aid in society’s digital transition. Haroldo’s philanthropic endeavors are a reflection of these values, and he is always looking for new ways to give back to the community.