Grayce Raises $10.4M Series A

Grayce, a San Francisco, CA-based social care platform for families, raised $10.4M in Series A funding.

The round was led by Maveron with participation from BBG Ventures and Correlation Ventures, GingerBread Capital, Alumni Ventures, Visible Ventures, Gaingels, and What If Ventures.

The company intends to use the funds to scale its platform to enhance its employer solution and member experience, as well as enter the payer market.

Founded by Julia Cohen Sebastien and Kassidee Kipp, Grayce provides a social care platform that addresses unmet needs in medical care, supporting family caregivers in reducing stress and navigating caregiving complexities. Each member receives dedicated support from a social worker who manages their comprehensive care needs—from planning and prioritizing to identifying resources, coordinating care, and advocating on their behalf. For example, for an aging parent, Grayce could help a family to navigate eldercare needs, including evolving housing and in-home support, paying for care, treatment considerations, and social support.

The platform is personalized for each member, offering relevant educational content, connections to a peer community, access to a marketplace of resources, and productivity tools.