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Published October 2, 2020
Published October 2, 2020
Silk and Sonder

Silk and Sonder secured a $3.6 million seed round to expand its subscription-based mental wellness company led by Redpoint Ventures.

WHO: San Francisco-based mental wellness subscription company Silk and Sonder was founded by Meha Agrawal three years ago. It is the first monthly planner journal aimed to empower women with daily self-care.

WHY: The funding will allow Silk and Sonder to expand the company’s ability to understand users, hire more employees, and scale the virtual programming.

IN THEIR OWN WORDS: “Silk and Sonder is a habit in and of itself, and that is part of what makes it easier to keep up with it,” Agrawal said to Crunchbase. “I saw our audience feeling discouraged with the bullet journal, in part because they couldn’t get theirs to look like the ones they were seeing on social media. Here, you can find an online community that fosters space for mental clarity, but also a space to show off your creativity.”


  • Silk and Sonder secured a $3.6 million seed round led by Redpoint Venture with participation from two angel investors.
  • This round brings Silk and Sonder total funding to $4.2 million.
  • According to Crunchbase, the company raised a pre-seed round in 2019 backed by Red Giraffe Advisors, 122West Ventures, and 500 Startups.

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