Weekly Female Founder Funding Update

Carrot Fertility, $11.5 million, Series A, Tammy Sun, Co-Founder & CEO, Dr. Asima Ahmad, Co-Founder, Medicine, and Juli Insinger, Co-Founder, GrowthSan-Francisco-based provider of fertility health plans to companies. CRV led the round. (Website, Crunchbase)

EverlyWell, $50 million, Series A, Julia Cheek, CEO & Co-Founder
Austin-based digital health platform that provides at-home health tests and lab results. Investors include, Goodwater Capital, Highland Capital Partners, Next Coast Ventures, NextGen Venture Partners, and SoGal Ventures. They also announced a partnership with Target to roll out its tests in more than 1,600 stores. (Website, Crunchbase)

Kids on 45th, $3.3 million, Seed, Elise Worthy, CEO
Seattle-based e-commerce reseller of gently used children’s clothing. Interesting, the company originated as a beloved brick-and-mortar store in Seattle’s Wallingford neighborhood. Two years ago it was purchased by Elise Worthy, who also founded Ada Academy. Investors include YesVC, an early-stage firm co-founded by Flickr co-founder Caterina Fake; Maveron, SoGal Ventures, Sesame Street Ventures, Collaborative Fund, Liquid 2 VC, and Brand Foundry Ventures. (Website, Crunchbase)

MyVillage, $6 million, Seed, Erica Mackey, CEO & Co-Founder, and Elizabeth Szymanski, Co-Founder and CFO
Bozeman, Montana-based childcare system that works with a community of in-home childcare programs. Investors include Red Sea Ventures, Acumen, Better Ventures, and Kairos. (Website, Crunchbase)