EverTrue, Inc.

EverTrue, Inc.

EverTrue, Inc.

Date Founded



330 Congress Street,2nd floor,Boston, MA 02210

Type of Company


Employees (Worldwide)

11 - 50


Computer Software
Market & Policy Research
IT Consulting & Services
Holding Companies
Internet Software & Services
Schools & Student Services

Company Description

EverTrue, Inc. develops an intelligence platform that connects non-profit donor databases to the social graph. It provides a mobile networking platform for alumni, parent, and other communities. The firm offers EverTrue, a native application for Android and Apple iOS devices. The company was founded by Brent J. Grinna, Bardo Jesse and Eric Carlstrom in February 2010 and is headquartered in Boston, MA.

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Executives & Employees

Chief Executive Officer, Co-Founder

Chief Financial Officer

Head-Finance & Operations

Director of Product

Senior Vice President, Sales

Vice President of Sales

Vice President of Engineering




Board of Directors

Founding Partner at Bain Capital Ventures LP

Chief Executive Officer, Co-Founder at EverTrue, Inc.

Chief Executive Officer at Reonomy

Investor at EverTrue, Inc.

Andover Alumni Council at Phillips Academy Andover

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Recent Transactions
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EverTrue, Inc. raised money in a private placement transaction

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EverTrue, Inc. raised money in a private placement transaction


The mission of the University of Massachusetts Foundation, Inc. is to "foster and promote the growth, progress and general welfare of the University of Massachusetts" as stated in the original 1950 Articles of Organization. The Foundation is a Massachusetts Chapter 180 private, not-for-profit corporation which is exempt from federal taxes under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Serving the five campuses of the University, the Foundation is overseen by a Board of Directors. Foundation Objectives To provide a depository for charitable contributions which will benefit the University and which segregates these private funds from public funds; To manage and allocate the assets of the Foundation in a prudent manner through policies which foster stability and growth of its resources; To be available for University use as a vehicle to allow for flexibility, efficiency and economy in financing projects and research; To foster a long-term perspective on the needs of the University; To promote private support of public higher education; and To support University development efforts

Founded in 1960, the Auburn University Foundation’s continuing mission is to generate increased philanthropic support for Auburn University. A 501(c)(3) public charity separate and distinct from Auburn University, the foundation’s volunteer board leadership works in cooperation with fundraising professionals in Auburn’s Office of Development as it receives philanthropic gifts; invests and manages the combined endowment; and ensures gift funds remain separate from state funds and are used consistent with donor intent. In doing so, the foundation strives to promote, nurture, and expand the culture of support for Auburn University.

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University Ventures invests in universities and service companies located in the US. The firm targets companies operating in the fields of online education, technology services and health. They provides financing for seeding innovative startups to growth stage capital requirements.

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Bain Capital Ventures seeks investment opportunities in companies located in the US. The firm focuses on companies operating in the fields of infrastructure software, SaaS, data services, marketing tech, finTech, consumer and healthcare with an investment size ranging from $1 million to $100 million. It provides financing for seed to growth stage capital requirements.

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SVB Capital invests in venture capital and private equity funds and makes direct investments in portfolio companies on behalf of SVB Financial Group and their other investors. The SVB Capital family of funds includes growth capital and venture capital funds-of-funds and direct investment funds that invest in the US and international markets. The firm's funds offer differentiated, clearly-defined strategies that cover primary commitments and secondaries.SVB Capital's funds-of-funds seek to leverage the SVB Capital platform for access and information. Their funds-of-funds offer selectivity with general partners and focus on funds that are right-sized and that have a strong alignment of interests and communication with limited partners. The firm's investment decisions focus on generating superior returns and proper risk management rather than capital deployment requirements.SVB Capital's Entrepreneur Services Group (ESG) assists software, hardware, clean technology and life science companies raise venture capital funding.

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