Honor, a San Francisco, CA-based online service that connects in-home caregivers, seniors and their families, raised $20m in funding.
The round was led by Andreessen Horovitz, which made a $15m investment, with participation from Adrian Aoun, Alex Rampell, Andy Conrad, Baris Gultekin, Sen. Bob Kerrey, Bradley Horowitz, Brian Lee, Cash Warren & Jessica Alba, Craig Donato, Dave Johnson, Dave Morin, David Lieb, Homebrew, James Currier, Jeff Huber, Jeremy Stoppelman, Joe Greenstein, Kapor Capital, Laszlo Bock, Lee Linden, Lior Ron, Max Levchin, Max Ventilla, Mich Mathews, Mike Schroepfer, Miles Lasater, Munjal Shah, Nirav Tolia, Rock Health, Ron Johnson, Sam Schillace, Shishir Mehrotra, Todd Masonis, True Ventures, and Wayne Crosby.
In conjunction with the funding, Marc Andreessen joined Honor’s board of directors.
Co-founded by Seth Sternberg, CEO, Sandy Jen, and Cameron Ring, Honor is launching a platform to connect seniors and their families with caregivders. The service screens caregivers, which are then matched to seniors based on their expertise. In addition, families receive information about who takes care of their people and what activities they do, as well as how long the caregiver is at the home.
Launching in April in Contra Costa County, California, the service will soon expand throughout the entire San Francisco Bay Area.