Give InKind raises more cash as social giving platform gains popularity amid pandemic
Business is booming for Tacoma, Wash.-based startup Give InKind as more people use its social giving platform during the global pandemic.
The company just raised nearly $900,000 to help support its growth.
Give InKind aims to help streamline the giving process between friends and family and those in need of meals or other aid as they go through difficult life situations.
The cash will help Give InKind roll out integrated meal delivery ordering and a new way to send digital gift cards.
Investors in the new round include SeaChange; Tacoma Venture Fund; Tapas Capital; and James and Geraldine Moody.
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