Lifted raised $6.2 million in a Series A funding round led by Fuel Ventures.
Lifted, a London, UK-based home healthcare startup, announced securing funds to the company worth $6.2 million, in what it calls a series A capital round.
The money was raised from investors led by existing shareholders from Fuel Ventures from London, joined by 1818 Venture Capital, Novit Ventures, Perivoli Innovations and the J.B. Ugland family office.
Lifted, founded in 2018 by CEO Rachael Crook and Sam Cohen, provides a combination of personalised and in-person care, which ranges from medical to social support, as well as an app where family members can manage everything related. Users can review and select a carer, book visits and outline tasks to be completed, read carer notes about the visit, and pay for the service — which has hourly, overnight, and live-in rates. On the other hand, carers use a platform aiming to gamify and improve their overall experience and make them perform better in people’s lives and also to restore respect to the caring profession.
Lifted previously raised £1.6 million ($2M) in 2020 out of a total of roughly $5 million.