Aidaly, a Boston, MA-based service that provides compensation and financial services to family caregivers, raised $8.5m in funding.
The round was led by Alexis Ohanian’s Seven Seven Six, with participation from Lightspeed Venture Partners, Operator Partners, Precursor Ventures, Primetime Partners, Scribble, Shrug, Polymath, TVC, and founders and executives from Twitter, Facebook, SoulCycle, Flatiron Health, Mainstreet, OnDeck, Commsor, and more.
Aidaly, which is officially coming out of stealth mode, will use the funds to expand its services for family caregivers into new markets across the United States.
Aidaly, founded by Maggie Norris, CEO, is a service that provides financial and compensation services to family caregivers. This platform streamlines access to private and state benefits and helps family caregivers access more obscure benefits like financial planning, mental healthcare support, caregiver training, and financial planning. It is only for families who provide or want to provide home care. Members have access to a support network of caregivers and coaches who are available to help with caregiving, nutrition, wellness, and personal finances. The service is currently offered in Miami-Dade and plans to expand into other markets in 2022.