Costa Mesa-based impact-focused venture capital investor CerraCap Cares announced this morning that it has made an investment in Aquagenuity, a startup that provides real time information about water quality. Size of the investment was not announced. CerraCap Cares, which says it is a women-led impact fund, said Aquagenity offers up an accessible database and a water scoring tool which provides details on how much lead is in drinking water. Aquagenuity is based in Atlanta, and also has raised funding from SoftBank and Google. Nikki Arora and Sylvia Kim are General Partners at CerraCap Cares.