Providing Mothers with cancer, a little extra help
CNN HERO: AUDREY GUTH AND NAN
Nanny Angel Network (NAN) is proud to announce that founder and executive director, Audrey Guth, is a 2014 CNN Hero. Audrey has been nominated for her tireless dedication to providing free, professional relief childcare to mothers with cancer in Toronto and the surrounding area.
NAN envisions a world where every mother with cancer receives the care she needs for her children – so she has the time to take care of herself. By volunteering their time, Nanny Angels help mothers feel assured that their children are in safe, caring hands while they go to treatment sessions, doctor’s appointments, or simply get some much needed rest.
NAN founder and executive director Audrey Guth is a 2014 CNN Hero. Read more »
Meet our CNN Hero at Return of Lady Luck, NAN’s next fundraising event. Event info »
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EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR SEARCH
To our great pleasure, NAN has grown to a stage where we require a full-time executive director. To date, NAN founder Audrey Guth has served as both our executive director and board chair. Job posting »
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What People are saying...
Words cannot express my gratitude for the generosity of the Nanny Angel Network. Being diagnosed with breast cancer is a terrifying experience. The Nanny Angel Network was a blessing for me and my family. I hope that other mothers can benefit from such a fabulous organization.Juanita
The Nanny Angel Network is just amazing! My children loved everyone who helped us because they knew the Angels were there to have fun! Having someone to play and be there for my kids made leaving them easier and gave the whole family a pleasant break from our cancer life.Beverly