Life360, a San Francisco, CA-based operator of an online service for managing family safety and security, has raised $750,000 in their most recent round of funding.
Investors include Founders Fund, early Mint.com investor Mark Goines, LaunchCapital and the Seraph Group.
The Life360 platform makes it simple for families to guard against potential disasters. Its features include credit and identity theft protection, cell phone-based family tracking, emergency child identification, lost item recovery, and an emergency messaging system to reconnect families even when some communication lines are down.
Life360 previously raised capital winning the Google Android developer challenge and receiving $300k in funding from Google, in 2008.
In addition, in early 2009, the company earned an investment from Facebook and an invitation to participate in the fbFund REV incubator program.
As stated by Life360’s CEO Chris Hull this additional funding will allow the company to expand the services offered on its platform and bring the product to more people.