Over 77 million
A huge legacy for
Healthcare in Brazil
the more vulnerable section of the population
R$ 330 million
transformed into supplies and
services for over 200 municipalities
R$ 330 million for states and municipalities.
To build permanent or modular hospitals and install ICU and hospital beds.
Purchase of respirators and virus detection tests.
Purchase of Individual Protection Equipment and masks for the population.
Assistance for small municipalities in the vicinity of the plants that have a healthcare structure used by JBS team members and their family members.
R$ 50 million for research entities for studies into how to counter Covid-19 in Brazil.[+] Find out more
R$ 50 million for research entities for studies into how to counter Covid-19 in Brazil.
The projects will be selected by the Technical Science and Technology Committee.
Control and Transparency
All initiatives will be controlled and audited by Tyno Consultoria in the administrative field, and by Grant Thornton, who will audit donations. Both companies have agreed to waive their fees and to work on the project pro-bono.
State of Acre
State of Bahia
State of Ceará
State of Distrito Federal
State of Goiás
State of Mato Grosso
State of Mato Grosso do Sul
State of Minas Gerais
State of Pará
State of Paraná
State of Pernambuco
State of Rio de Janeiro
State of Rondônia
State of Santa Catarina
State of São Paulo
State of Tocantis
- Consultative Committee
- Science and Technology Committee
- Social Committee
With more than 20 years’ experience in the Agribusiness and Food sectors, she is a former CEO of Seara Alimentos where she held the position from 2015 until standing down in 2020 in order to dedicate herself to social projects. See Statement
CEO of HCor (the Heart Hospital)
With extensive experience in health care, he has been to the fore in private and public hospitals for over 30 years. He holds a degree in Economics from PUC-RS, with a master’s in business administration from PUC-RJ. See Statement
Director-General of the Albert Einstein Hospital
He holds a degree in Law from PUC-RJ and took the Harvard Business School Advanced Management Program. He was vice president at Shell Brasil and president of Brasil Telecom and Varig S/A. He founded the company Compass Consultoria.
Founder and Chairman of the Board of Bionexo
Benchmark in e-health and innovation solutions, he holds a degree in production engineering from UFSCAR and an executive education at the Sloan School of Management (the MIT business school).
CEO of the Moinhos de Vento Hospital, Porto Alegre
He holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics from UERJ and a masters from PUC-RS, and an executive education at MIT and the Harvard Business School in Strategy and Innovation. He was CFO for Offshore Logistics at Bradesco and began his career at Arthur Andersen.
Roberto Kalil Filho
Roberto Kalil Filho
Director of the Clinical Cardiology division of InCor
Director-general of the Cardiology Center at the Sírio-Libanês Hospital. Cardiologist and Full Professor of the Cardio-pneumology Department of the University of São Paulo , he heads up Brazilian and international research in the field. See Statement
José Medina Pestana
Full Professor of UNIFESP and Director of the Kidney Hospital
He is a physician and a Doctor of Medicine in Nephrology in Kidney Transplants, President of the Ethical Research Committee of UNIFESP and member of the Ethics Committee of the International Transplantation Society. See Statement
Dean of the Federal University of Pelotas
Coordinator of the first study on the prevalence of Covid-19 in the population of his native state, Rio Grande do Sul, a study now being extended to the whole of Brazil. He holds a master’s and Ph.D. in epidemiology from the Federal University of Pelotas (UFPel) and is one of the founding partners and former president of the Brazilian Society for Physical Activity and Health. See Statement
President of the Albert Einstein Hospital
Digestive system and coloproctology physician and surgeon, he is also the coordinator of the graduate course in coloproctology at the Faculdade Israelita Albert Einstein Graduate Program in Health Sciences. He is also a member of the consultative committee of the Fundação FMUSP. See Statement
Executive President, Fundação Dom Cabral
He has managed team and organizational development projects for Brazilian and multinational companies. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Administration from the UFMG, a specialization in Business Policy from Insead/France, and a Ph.D. in Business Administration from the FGV. See Statement
Executive Director, InterCement Institute
Holds a degree in Political Science and International Studies from the University of Warwick and an MBA in Human resources from USP. She worked for the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, a pioneer in philanthropy and volunteer services in Latin America and as Social Investment Director at Participações Morro Vermelho. See Statement
Executive Director of the “Bem Maior” (Greater Good) Movement
She is also a member of the board of Artesol (an NGO promoting traditional Brazilian handcrafts) and the Protea Institute (dedicated to addressing breast cancer). With 20 years of experience in the field, she holds a degree in business administration. She was president of the Solidarity League (Liga Solidária), one of Brazil’s most famous not-for-profit institutions, and today she is a member of the board of that institution. See Statement
Fundador da Central Única das Favelas (Cufa)
He is also a producer of events, social activities and CEO of Favela Holding, a conglomerate of 22 companies focused on the market in peripheral areas that arose from the creation of Cufa. He has authored three best sellers and was co-author of two other publications. See Statement
Executive Director of Kairos Inteligência Social
He has been engaged in the social area in private social investment for 26 years. He holds a degree in Administration and a Ph.D. in Human Resources. He was executive director of Instituto Telemig Celular and Instituto Camargo Correa. He is currently a partner at Kairos Inteligência Social.
JBS will donate R$ 700 million solely to combat Covid-19, of which R$ 400 million in Brazil where we have 130,000 team members. The funds will be allocated on three fronts: healthcare, social action, and science.