Harbor Raises $3.7M in Seed Funding


Harbor, a Dallas, TX-based infant care technology company, raised $3.7M in Seed funding.

The round was led by Trust Ventures joined by Morrison Seger and Capital Factory. Additional participants included former NFL quarterback Tim and Demi-Leigh Tebow, retired US Professional Tennis player John and Madison Isner, NFL punter Thomas and Lauren Morstead, and entrepreneurs Sam and Sara Sodine Parr.

The company intends to use the funds to expand operations and its business reach.

Co-founders Charlie Hill and Kevin Lavelle

Led by CEO Kevin Lavelle, and CPO Charlie Hill, Harbor is advancing a baby monitor which will be launched in May 2024. It will offer key features like local and remote access that streams with or without internet, a high-quality camera that streams in 2k, data privacy assurance, split screen capabilities to monitor up to four children, and Smart Audio, a helpful alerting system. They will also be launching a new Remote Night Nanny service, making all night, eyes on expertise and coaching from professionally trained infant experts available to families for a fraction of the cost of traditional night nannies and infant care programs. This is complemented by additional telehealth services at accessible pricing.

Commenting on the news, Kevin Lavelle said: “This investment helps us launch to the world. Our mission is to create happier parents and healthier families, one restful night at a time. We’re democratizing access to sleep expertise and improving family wellness.”