Online meal delivery company focused on ready-to-eat healthy, organic, plant-based foods.
When Covid-19 cases started rising, Sprinly donated thousands of FDA-approved masks, face shields, gowns, and other PPE to hospitals facing a shortage. Simultaneously, the company's customer happiness team coordinated with hospitals to donate and deliver meals to doctors and nurses treating Covid-19 patients. The company also donates produce weekly to local food banks and has donated more than 20,000 pounds of food during the last year.
Makes a meditation app focused on health and wellness.
In a year that has brought unprecedented adversity, Calm has helped users manage stress, anxiety, and depression in an accessible way. From its meditation materials to its sleep stories to its stretching routines, the company's variety of health and wellness resources have become game-changers to more than two million subscribers. It's no wonder Calm's app has been downloaded 80 million times.
Restore Hyper Wellness + Cryotherapy
Treats chronic pain and improves performance and longevity with proactive wellness solutions.
In response to the global pandemic, Restore launched its Donate a Drip campaign. For every IV drip purchased, Restore gives one to first responders. Restore claims its IVs provide vital hydration and micronutrients while boosting immunity and energy levels. Employees are given access to a variety of trendy therapies as well as a network of registered nurses and nurse practitioners.
Offers affordable physical therapy.
SWORD Health offers an affordable out-of-pocket option to those who are unemployed or uninsured, or lack access to health care. This year, SWORD launched a pulmonary rehabilitation program, which pairs blood oximeters and activity trackers with a digital therapist, for those who need lung rehabilitation. The program is free to all essential workers. The company claims its “radically transparent culture” makes employees feel like a part of the business.
Provides software and robotics focused on automation for the electronics manufacturing industry.
In May 2020, Bright Machines established the Factory Resiliency Fund to get manufacturers back to work after Covid-19 upended the industry. The program committed $50 million to help manufacturers take advantage of no-upfront-cost automation, typically the major deterrent associated with automation-equipment purchasing. The program also allows customers to defer payments until 2021 and for the first three months after a solution passes the factory-site-acceptance test. The fund helps manufacturers weather future disruptions by future-proofing factory floors with flexible and scalable automation.