Hallow, an innovative Christian prayer application headquartered in Chicago, IL, has successfully secured $50M in a Series C funding round. This new financial boost brings the company’s total fundraising amount to an impressive $105M. The round saw participation from Goodwater Capital, a leading investor, alongside Highland Capital and Colin Moran. The company’s existing investors also contributed to this funding round.
Alex Jones, CEO of Hallow, leads the company’s mission to provide users with a platform to deepen their relationship with God through a variety of audio-guided spiritual practices. The Hallow app serves as a unique spiritual retreat, offering an extensive collection of over 10,000 sessions that include audio-guided prayers, sleep meditations, Bible readings, meditations, and Christian music.
Notable offerings on the app include a daily Rosary with actor Mark Wahlberg, daily Gospel and saint reflections, novenas, examens, and a popular ‘Bible in a Year’ program by Father Mike Schmitz. The app also features an audio Bible narrated by Jonathan Roumie, Bishop Barron’s Sunday Sermons, tranquil Christian music and Gregorian chants, mental health meditations, children’s prayers, and a plethora of other spiritual resources.
The funds raised in this round will be utilized to further broaden the company’s operational scope and extend its business reach. This marks a pivotal step in Hallow’s journey as it aims to continue cultivating a space that combines technology and faith, helping users foster their spiritual growth in a digitally connected world. The infusion of new capital will undoubtedly catalyze Hallow’s efforts to enhance and diversify its offerings, furthering its mission to help users enrich their spiritual journey through an accessible, modern platform.