Originally published by FinSMEs on June 23, 2022
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.
Led by Maggie Norris, founder and CEO, Aidaly is a service that provides compensation and financial services to family caregivers. The platform, which streamlines access to state and private benefits, as well as helps family caregivers access obscure benefits such as financial planning, mental health support and caregiver training, is exclusively designed for families currently providing or wanting to provide care in a home setting. Members also gain access to a supportive community of fellow caregivers and coaches that are available to assist with caregiving, nutrition and wellness and personal finance. The service is currently available in Miami-Dade with plans to expand into additional markets in 2022.