Day One Ventures, whose founder and general partner is Masha Drokova, closes its second fund. The 2-year venture firm raised $52.5 million, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Day One closed its debut fund in early 2019 at $20 million. The New York and San Francisco early-stage firm specializes in providing communications for its portfolio companies and looks to pre-seed and seed deals.
Its investments include Yumi, a baby food delivery service created by Evelyn Rusli and Angela Sutherland; Package Free, a seller of sustainable consumer packaged goods founded and led by Lauren Singer; Squad, a social screen sharing and group video chat app co-founded and led by Esther Crawford; Hone, a workplace training platform co-founded by Savina Perez; Future Family, which makes fertility care accessible to women and couples nationwide and was founded by Claire Tomkins; and Winnie, which was founded by Sara Mauskopf and Anne K. Halsall and connects parents with preschools and daycare centers.