How Our Portfolio Companies are Helping People Navigate the Coronavirus Crisis

Many of the companies in our portfolio are providing valuable information, resources and services in response to the coronavirus crisis. We’ll continue to regularly update this information as it develops.

Updated March 30, 2020

How Our Portfolio Companies are Helping People Navigate the Coronavirus Crisis

Featured Portfolio Company

Boon Supply

This online shopping platform features great, affordable products you can actually use and donates 40% of every purchase to the cause of your choice. You can also start your own fundraiser for a person or organization in need right now.

Health & Wellness

Incredible Health is offering free CEU courses for nurses who need to update their credentials or renew their licenses.

Grokker is offering free well-being videos and employee health education to businesses through April 30.

PlateJoy is offering a free month of meal planning services to make cooking at home easier.

Basepaws is sharing regularly updated, thoroughly vetted scientific knowledge about Covid-19 and how it affects our pets on its blog. It also is hosting weekly Cats & Coffee meetups on its Facebook page; and, the company is giving away FREE genetic testing kits for cats to any owner who adopts a feline from an animal shelter anywhere in the US through the month of April.

Zola, the online wedding registry, offers expert advice on what to do if your wedding plans are being affected by the coronavirus crisis.

Education

ThinkCERCA offers best practices in remote learning and how to make online lessons more engaging — for educators, parents and kids.

Kinvolved provides off-site communications capabilities for securely messaging families during school closures.

Community

The Riveter has launched a new online community where members can find support and resources for managing the challenges of working from home. More than 7,000 people have signed on to date.

Coffee Meets Bagel, the online dating app, is making it easier to create meaningful virtual connections.

UrbanSitter is offering a free two-month membership for families who need in-home childcare and/or elder companion care.

Catch&Release enabled its client, Cloudflare, to create and produce this moving, 45-second commercial in a matter of days. Watch “The Internet was #BuiltForThis”