HomeStay, a San Francisco, CA-based provider of a membership program for over 50 Americans to prepare to live at home independently, has received an investment of undisclosed amount from Link-age Ventures.
Owned by California-based GGL Projects, Inc., and led by Jeremy Gin, CEO, HomeStay allows members to receive expert support by phone whenever they need it for an annual fee.
The company is also supported by a grant from the National Science Foundation.
In addition to the investment, Link-age and HomeStay are jointly developing innovative pilot programs which will enable HomeStay memberships to be delivered to people over the next six to nine months.
Link-age Ventures focuses on investing in companies that provide products, services and technology to the aging marketplace.