Invest in the On Deck ecosystem, With a single check.

We invest $125,000 for 7% of early-stage startups, and unlock our network to help them scale. Now you can invest right alongside us and get exposure to hundreds of high-quality deals with a single check.

Invest in top companies

The community has birthed hundreds of top companies like Stir, Levels, Contra, Pave, Loyal and Enveda.

Diversify your portfolio

ODX will invest in at least 1,000 companies over the next 18 months, diversifying your portfolio.

Generate competitive returns

We conservatively expect to return a net multiple of 5.64x after fees and carry.

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Our companies have raised $800M+ from top VCs

Hired employee #1, then raised $63M including a16z and YC Continuity.

On Deck helped us hire our first employee, raise $900k in pre-seed, and accelerate our GTM motion within the network. Our Series B wouldn’t have happened without On Deck.

Matt Schulman
Matt Schulman ODF3
Founder and CEO
Raised $51M from True Ventures and Village Global.
Viswa Colluru
Viswa Colluru ODF3
Founder and CEO
Co-founders met at On Deck, then raised $7M from Paradigm.
Alex Masmej
Alex Masmej ODF7
Co-founder and CEO
Raised $15M from Kleiner Perkins and Caffeineted Capital.
Aleksander Koenig
Aleksander Koenig ODF1
Founder & CEO
Validated an idea and raised $9M from a16z, Variant and Solana.

On Deck helped me get conviction on one of the four ideas I had when I joined. Those same fellows became our most valuable early users.

Francesco Agosti
Francesco Agosti ODF5
Co-founder & CTO
Founding team met at On Deck, raised $5M from Coatue and Seven Seven Six Capital.
JD Maresco
JD Maresco ODF5
Founder & CEO
Major VC firms investing in On Deck fellows

How the fund works

On Deck Fund

$125,000 for 7%


Participation in the ODX program comes with our standard offer of $125,000 for 7% ownership, with contributions split between the main fund and community fund.

This structure has been designed to maximize alignment between the community of investors and our founders, since owning a part of everyone's success is a key part of our ecosystem.

Apply to invest in ODX companies

We review applications on a rolling basis. Early birds have a higher chance of securing an allocation.

Commit yearly or quarterly

We've set up an AngelList rolling fund to accept contributions with ease.

We invest in ODX companies

The community fund invests to own up to $50k (2.8%) of our $125,000 commitment, backing 1,000+ companies over the next 12-18 months.

You support the community

Founders need advice, introductions, and people to give them real feedback. Let's help them succeed.

Why a Community Fund?

The hardest thing about starting a company is not building a product but getting it in people’s hands, getting the right co-founder, and hiring an early team. Community and talent are now the scarcity. We're raising from the community to help founders with what they need it the most.

Invest in the
Community Fund

Invest in the Community Fund with a yearly commitment and index on all ODX companies, including logistics companies through our partnership with Flexport.



Index on all deals the Community Fund invests in for all 4 quarters. You must commit to investing in the fund for at least 4 quarters.
  • Annual commitment
  • Exposure to all deals (~1000)
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We've helped found and fund over 650+ companies

Found customers, recruited a team, and raised $21.5M.

On Deck helped me recruit our team, find our first beta customers, and build a community of support to get through the challenges of the founder to CEO transition.

Sasha Orloff
Sasha Orloff ODF8
Founder and CEO
Co-founders met at On Deck, then raised $6.15M from Spark Capital.

On Deck has been transformational for finding my co-founder and meeting like-minded individuals. It brings together people who are exceptional, ready to start a company and the mentorship needed.

Mohamed El Mahallawy
Mohamed El Mahallawy ODF4
Co-founder and CTO
Hired early team, raised $10M including Uncork Capital.

On Deck was catalytic in the earliest introductions to angel investors which gave us the momentum needed for later rounds of fundraising.

Vance Roush
Vance Roush ODF2
Co-founders met at On Deck, hired early team, raised $4.5M from NFX.

I met my co-founder Alan in ODF2, we hired an account executive and growth marketer through On Deck’s talent programs, and that helped us raise from Felicis and NFX.

Maximus Greenwald
Maximus Greenwald ODF2
Founder and CEO
Validated an idea then raised $2M.
Madison Campbell
Madison Campbell ODF6
Founder and CEO
Raised $3.5M from USV.
Dani Grant
Dani Grant
Founder and CEO
Co-founders met at On Deck, then raised $4M including a16z, XYZ Ventures
Joe Albanese
Joe Albanese ODF2
Co-founder and CEO
Hired a strategy lead and a designer, then raised $2.2M from Defy Ventures.

On Deck was instrumental to OfficeTogether’s fundraising and early hires. We hired a strategy lead from On Deck First 50 and a designer from On Deck Designers. I’ve also made some lifelong friends.

Amy Yin
Amy Yin ODS1
Founder and CEO
Raised $5.8M from Bessemer Venture Partners.

I hired my first engineer and my first designer via On Deck.

Conner Sherline
Conner Sherline ODF1
Founder and CEO
Raised $5M from General Catalyst, Box Group and Human Ventures.
Priyanka Jain
Priyanka Jain
Founder and CEO
Validated their idea and found first users, then raised $1.8M from Point Nine, YC, and Speedinvest.

On Deck helped find our first users, validate our idea, and connect us with the fund who led our $1.85M seed round.

Ferruccio Balestreri
Ferruccio Balestreri ODF5
Co-founder and CTO
Co-founders met at On Deck, then raised $3.8M from Founders Fund, General Catalyst, Lux Capital, and Village Global.

I met my co-founder and CTO Akshay thanks to On Deck. He's a force of nature and we complement each other perfectly.

Mike Shebat
Mike Shebat ODF8
Co-founder and CEO
Raised from tier one investors while at On Deck.

On Deck guided our fundraising strategy and connected us to tier one investors from Silicon Valley and Europe. They were essential in helping us raise additional funding.

Roman Sandoval
Roman Sandoval ODF8
Founder and CEO
Raised $22.5M from Kleiner Perkins and Gradient Ventures.
Shrav Mehta
Shrav Mehta ODF2
Founder and CEO
Validated their idea, got early customers, then raised $2.5M from Accel.

On Deck helped us validate our idea and connected us with our very first users, some of whom angel invested in our first round.

Ankit Pansari
Ankit Pansari ODF5
Co-founder and CEO
Acquired first customers, then raised $2.7M from Sequoia and On Deck angels.

On Deck helped me go from idea to MVP, acquire my very first customers, and raise $2.7 million from Sequoia Surge, Village Global and On Deck angels.

Nitesh Agrawal
Nitesh Agrawal ODF4
Founder and CEO
Made 5 key hires, then raised $12M from Elevation Capital and General Catalyst.

The On Deck Community helped me make 5+ key early hires, and raise a $12 million seed round from great investors.

Amrit Singh
Amrit Singh ODF2
Co-founder and CRO
Co-founders met at On Deck, then raised $12M from a16z.
Sam Corcos
Sam Corcos ODF2
Co-founder and CEO
Hired 3 key people, then raised $3M from Refactor Capital.

Our first three On Deck hires have set the bar quite high for candidates that will come through in the future.

Dan Miller
Dan Miller ODF4
Founder and CEO


Can investors increase, decrease, or cancel their subscription?

Once funded, subscriptions cannot be modified. Subscription amounts may not be decreased or canceled for the first four quarterly funds. Once the four quarters have passed, subscription amounts may be increased, decreased, or canceled at any time on a quarter-by-quarter basis. Subscriptions will automatically renew unless canceled. Once funded, subscriptions cannot be modified.

How do distributions work?

Subscribing LPs participate only in distributions from the quarterly funds they invest in. An LP has no exposure in portfolio investments of funds formed before their subscription was accepted or after it is canceled. Investors receive distributions as a quarterly fund exits its investments.

Distributions are typically made on a quarterly basis. There is no carried interest charged for quarterly funds, but distributions received by quarterly funds are net of carry and fees. Quarterly funds that have not exited all investments by the end of their term will be liquidated.

How do I receive my K-1 documents?

The On Deck Community Fund is hosted on AngelList.

AngelList provides all investors their K-1s electronically and free of charge. Investors will receive K-1s for each quarterly fund, as necessary. For example if you invest for four quarters, you will receive four K-1s reflecting the underlying investments. AngelList will bundle all these K-1s together for you.

What are the fees associated with the On Deck Community Fund?

The On Deck Community fund charges a standard 2% management fee and 20% carried interest.

What happens if all my capital isn’t deployed within the quarter?

All unused contributions will be rolled over to the next quarterly fund, regardless of whether or not an investor is renewing their subscription.

Disclosures — please read before investing.

The performance of past deals is not a guarantee of future returns. Investing in venture capital funds is inherently risky and illiquid. It involves a high degree of risk and is suitable only for sophisticated and qualified investors.

On Deck and its affiliates does not provide investment advice to investors. The information on this page should not be relied upon as research, investment advice or a recommendation of any kind. Information on this page is qualified in its entirety by the fund’s Limited Partnership Agreement, Private Placement Memorandum and Subscription Agreement, which should be reviewed carefully prior to making an investment decision. Please see these documents for full details regarding risks, minimum investment, fees and expenses.

The fund lead and the fund’s investment advisor have the right to waive or charge additional carry to certain investors. The fund’s legal name may be different than the name used above.This fund may accept new investors after the fund undergoes a valuation update. Certain potential investors in the fund may then have access to materially different information concerning fund value at the time of their investment.

Current or future portfolio companies in this fund may use On Deck’s hiring platform or subscribe to its carers platform, and may pay for access to these tools and services. This may create a potential conflict of interest, which you will consent to by subscribing in the fund.

On Deck's community funds are managed on AngelList. Please read in full the AngelList disclosures listed