How Our Portfolio Companies are Helping People Navigate the Coronavirus Crisis

Many of the companies in our portfolio are providing free offerings and special deals, along with vital information, resources and services in response to the coronavirus crisis. We’ll continue to regularly update this information as it develops.

Updated June 12, 2020

How Our Portfolio Companies are Helping People Navigate the Coronavirus Crisis

Featured Portfolio Company

Grokker

Grokker is offering its well-being solution–designed to help employers help their teams to manage stress, stay connected and maintain their physical fitness–for free. Individuals can also get unlimited free access to the platform.

 

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Health & Wellness

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

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.

Zola, the online wedding registry, offers free, 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

Catch&Release is enabling some of the world’s largest brands to make personal, authentic connections with their customers during the coronavirus crisis. View these moving clips from Facebook, Walmart, Kleenex, Colgate, Intel, US Bank and many others that include images and videos curated from the Internet using Catch&Release’s licensing platform.

Hop Skip Drive has launched a transportation drive to help distribute meals to the elderly, pick up prescriptions, provide one-to-one  transportation for immuno-compromised kids and adults, and other ride services. Learn how you can support your community through its platform.

The Riveter has launched a new online community where members can find support and resources for managing the challenges of working from home.

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 is enabling some of the world’s largest brands to make personal, authentic connections with their customers during the coronavirus crisis. View these moving clips from Facebook, Walmart, Kleenex, Colgate, Intel, US Bank and many others that include images and videos curated from the Internet using Catch&Release’s licensing platform.