Amava, a San Mateo, CA-based creator of a unified platform for a new generation of empty-nesters and retirees to discover their next, completed a $6.2m funding round.
The round was led by RPM Ventures.
The company intends to use the funds to expand opportunities for its members.
Led by CEO and co-founder Mark Silverman, Amava provides a platform that connects retirees and empty-nesters with work options, as well as socially engaging experiences, life stage-focused services and each other.
Members receive newsletters and have access to a wide array of opportunities, curated information and seminars for free. The company’s staff works with partners and members to identify and post flexible, socially engaging jobs, volunteer positions and experiences.
Partner organizations have access to the team’s expertise communicating with this generation to highlight their organization’s value effectively and implement age-positive programs and practices. Amava members control their personal information and how they wish to engage with partners.