A whirlwind of a year for Richmond startup Naborforce continues with the closing of a $2 million seed round. The round, which closed on Tuesday, was led by Nashville-based Claritas Capital Partners. Naborforce founder Paige Wilson said Claritas’ financial backing is an important step for the startup. “We love a lot of things about [Claritas], and they are right there in the epicenter of health care,” she said. “We are not a health care company, but we are certainly adjacent to it, and anybody on the health care side knows what we’re doing is absolutely impacting health care outcomes.” Wilson founded Naborforce in 2018 to connect aging adults to a network of “Nabors” for social engagement and on-demand support with errands, transportation and help around the house. She said the funding will be used primarily to continue building out Naborforce’s team, investing even more into its tech platform and continued expansion. “We’re looking to end the year with six markets. We’re in three now, with plans for another six next year,” she said.