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For more than 30 years now, Haroldo Jacobovicz, who is an investor and entrepreneur, has been working in the technology sector in Curitiba, which is recognized for its ability to return part of this investor’s business success to society. This entrepreneur is expected to offer some resources of almost 250 thousand reais to different daycare centers, organizations for protecting animals, nursing homes, and other campaigns and institutions that deal with the prevention and treatment of adult and childhood cancer, homeless people, assisting the disabled, and hospitals. After reaching 60 years of age, this investor decided to take his next and an extra step to ensure that philanthropic future is secured by taking the action needed and came up with the Haroldo Jacobovicz Institute.

In the final phase of this construction project, this institute will have a team and a budget whose main focus will be on social issues. He stated that some of the actions that he and the team have carried out in the last few years on behalf of his family will have new strength and that they also have plans to get close to some of the beneficiary institutes. For the Haroldo Jacobovicz Institute constitution, he will become the chief executive officer of the institute where his wife Sarita will become his vice president, his loving daughter Karina will be administrative, and his other daughter Valeria will become legal director and more

Since he was a small child, Haroldo, who was born to German and Polish Jews, has been keenly following his parents’ footprints in contributions, especially to the community. According to Haroldo Jacobovicz of Curitiba, achieving success on your own is a necessity to help in the contribution of collective wellbeing in different ways. Philanthropy vocation has been running in his family and the legacy has been going on that is way he is always working hard to ensure he passes its own and leaving something for both his daughters and grandchildren.

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