For more than three decades, Jacobovicz and his family have invested heavily in philanthropy, and 2022, an institute will be launched. In Brazil, social inequality has left tremendous impacts on the coronavirus pandemic period. A certain survey concentrated on a locality’s income and provided the most devastating mark in 2021. Based on this scenario, Haroldo Jacobovicz, a Curitiba investor and entrepreneur intensified his actions like more donations to different charity foundations in Curitiba.
The Haroldo Jacobovicz Institute (IHJ) is an organization that absorbs and expands humanitarian practices. The non-profit was launched in 2021 and stationed in Curitiba. From January 2022, the institute will have a management budget for daily operations. Haroldo Jacobovicz is the organization’s CEO, Sarita Zlotnik, his wife is the deputy CEO, Karina is the administrative director, and Valeria is the legal director.
Haroldo and his ventures were donating some funds into IHJ, and the target is to push the figure more in 2022. The money is distributed to nursing facilities, daycares, animal protection sites, cancer prevention and treatment campaigns, hospitals, disabilities, and children’s homes. The organization’s slogan is built on togetherness and unity. This way, Haroldo believes that more people will be mobilized to participate in helping the needy. Coronavirus is considered a dangerous societal disease because it makes everyone vulnerable. This situation demonstrated that everyone is at risk including the ones who take care of themselves. Haroldo believes that the decision will impact well-being during this critical period and more
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As soon as the pandemic kicked in, more voluntary actions came up because people focused on emergency concerns like mobilization to give out food, hygienic products like gel alcohol, and basic baskets to the disadvantaged populations. A certain platform recorded a tremendous growth in voluntary actions within the first quarter a year into the pandemic.