Aidaly, a Boston, MA-based service that gives compensation and monetary providers to household caregivers, raised $8.5m in funding.
The spherical was led by Alexis Ohanian’s Seven Seven Six, with participation from Lightspeed Enterprise Companions, Operator Companions, Precursor Ventures, Primetime Companions, Scribble, Shrug, Polymath, TVC, and founders and executives from Twitter, Fb, SoulCycle, Flatiron Well being, Mainstreet, OnDeck, Commsor, and extra.
Aidaly, which is formally popping out of stealth mode, will use the funds to develop its providers for household caregivers into new markets throughout the US.
Led by Maggie Norris, founder and CEO, Aidaly is a service that gives compensation and monetary providers to household caregivers. The platform, which streamlines entry to state and personal advantages, in addition to helps household caregivers entry obscure advantages corresponding to monetary planning, psychological well being help and caregiver coaching, is completely designed for households at present offering or wanting to offer care in a house setting. Members additionally achieve entry to a supportive neighborhood of fellow caregivers and coaches which might be accessible to help with caregiving, diet and wellness and private finance. The service is at present accessible in Miami-Dade with plans to develop into further markets in 2022.