Press release

Social Impact Startup Aunt Bertha Secures $16 Million in Series C Funding

Sponsored by Businesswire

Austin-based Aunt
, a Public Benefit Corporation, announces it has raised $16
million in Series C funding. The round was led by Noro-Moseley Partners
with participation from Digitalis Ventures, Techstars Ventures,
Techstars Impact, Capital Factory as well as other early investors in
the company.

Aunt Bertha operates the largest and most used online search and
referral platform for individuals looking to connect to Community Based
Organizations (CBOs) in the United States. The platform has more than
two million users from all 50 states and customers include leading
health systems, health plans, school systems, government agencies and
non-profit organizations. Rapid adoption has coincided with rising
awareness of the Social Determinants of Health (SDoH) as a key driver to
lowering costs for healthcare organizations shifting to value-based care

“We have spent a lot of time researching this space with the help of our
strategic partners, and we believe Aunt Bertha is the leading platform
in the market today,” says Spence McClelland, partner at Noro-Moseley
Partners. “The company’s broad network, data expertise and culture make
them the solution of choice for the CBOs, customers and individuals they
serve. We are looking forward to working with Erine and this highly
experienced and passionate team.”

“Our customers are connecting the people they serve to food, housing,
education and other programs using our nationwide Social Care Network.
When people’s basic needs are met, they are less likely to consume
unnecessary healthcare services, which improves healthcare
organizations’ bottom line and ultimately overall health outcomes,”
shares Erine Gray, Aunt Bertha’s founder and CEO. “Our customers see us
as thought partners who understand the complexities that exist – after
all, Social Determinants of Health (SDoH) used to be called poverty.”

The company intends to grow its Austin-based team, and is currently
looking for product managers, engineers and account executives (jobs).
“If you or someone you know is looking to join a team working on very
difficult, but solvable problems, we want to talk to you,” adds Gray.
“The work can be challenging, but meaningful. If that’s appealing,
please reach out.”

About Aunt Bertha

mission is to connect all people in need and the programs
that serve them with dignity and ease. Beyond its core
search functionality
, the company delivers enterprise solutions for
identifying social needs, targeting interventions, “closing the loop” on
social care referrals, and delivering rich reporting. The company serves
more than 175 customers across the United States, ranging from
healthcare systems, payers, higher education, housing developments, and
more. For more information, visit