Goddess Garden Organics Receives ‘Series A’ Funding

Skincare company reaches early growth stage with financial boost from Renewal Funds.

Attorneys from the Denver law firm Holland & Hart represented Boulder-based Goddess Garden Organics, a producer of natural, certified-organic sunscreen, sun repair and aromatherapy products.

The firm represented the company in a deal that closed Nov. 23 in connection with its recent receipt of “Series A” funding from Renewal Funds, a mission-based venture capital firm in Vancouver, Canada, that invests in early growth stage companies that produce sustainable and natural products.

The acceptance of Series A funding is a critical stage in the funding of new companies and occurs during the early stages of growth between a portfolio company and a venture capital investor.

The partnership between the new company and Renewal Funds will give weight to Goddess Garden’s company mission: “To offer products that help people eliminate toxins from their home and environment, particularly those affecting the coral reefs,” which echoes Renewal Fund’s attitude and goals of supporting sustainable businesses.

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