Weekly Female Founder Funding Update

Blume, $3.3 million, Seed, Bunny Ghatrora and Taran Ghatrora, Co-Founders and C-Level Execs
Vancouver, B.C.-based female hygiene and wellness subscription box service. Felicis Ventures led the round, joined by investors including Victress Capital. (Website, Crunchbase)

Cora, $7.5 million, Series A1, Molly Hayward, Co-Founder
San Francisco-based women’s wellness brand delivering organic tampons and elegant accessories. Harbinger Ventures led the round. Notably, Cora has 80% female board representation. (Website, Crunchbase)

Elvie, $42 million, Series B, Tania Boler, Co-Founder and CEO
London-based health and lifestyle brand developing technology for women (breast pumps). IPGL CEO Michael Spencer led the round, joined by Octopus Ventures and Impact Ventures UK. (Website, Crunchbase)

NextGen Jane, $9 million, Series A, Ridhi Tariyal, Founder
San Francisco-based women’s health tech startup. Material Impact led the round, joined by Access Industries, Viking Global Investors and Liminal Ventures. (Website, Crunchbase)

Nutrafol, $35 million, Series B, Dr. Sophia Kogan, Co-founder, Chief Medical Advisor
New York-based health and beauty nutraceutical brand that aims to improve hair growth performance. L Catterton led the round, joined by investors including Unilever Ventures. (Website, Crunchbase)

Good Dog, $6.7 million, Series Unknown, Lauren McDevitt, Co-Founder, Chief Experience Officer
New York City-based marketplace to allow people to get a dog from a breeder, shelter or rescue. Investors include BoxGroup, Felicis, Slow Ventures, Fuel Capital, BarkBox, and SV Angel. (Website, Crunchbase)