Careseekers is an online platform empowering care seekers and care workers through discovery, connection and ongoing support. Our focus is in-home aged, disability and post operative care. Careseekers directly connects care seekers and care workers. This direct connection makes care and support accessible, personalised, flexible and affordable.

Financial Return

Careseekers is seeking Seed Round 2  funding of $1M. Equity details to be negotiated.

Social Return

Careseekers provides social returns  to both sides of its marketplace – careseekers and care workers. There are  also social returns for informal carers. Care recipients experience increased choice and control over how their care and support is delivered. Care workers can access work opportunities  and experience greater economic  security. There is reduced reliance on  family support networks for care. This reduces stress on informal carers andmeans they can pursue other opportunities e.g. workforce participation.
Issuing organisation
  • Careseekers Pty
  • N/A
  • 1 Million
Minimum Investment
  • 100,000
Investment Type
  • Equity
Investor Type
  • Sophisticated/Wholesale Investors only
  • N/A
Impact Focus
  • Disability, Health
  • Australia-wide


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