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NAN offers support to moms with cancer despite isolation

TORONTO — Single mom Kathy Liu has been relying on the free services offered by the Nanny Angel Network ever since her cancer diagnosis last summer.

Our Continued Support

We hope that you and your family are safe during these extraordinary times. We would like to keep you informed of the Nanny Angel’s efforts to provide compassionate support to our families dealing with cancer.

Virtual Visits During COVID-19.

As the situation around COVID-19 continues to evolve, we want to make sure our NAN families and volunteers stay safe and practice social distancing.

NAN is now in Kingston to help mothers with cancer.

Thanks to a $300,000 donation from Homestead Land Holdings, NAN is open in Kingston and ready to provide free, specialized, relief childcare to Kingston mothers with cancer.

NAN is the grand prize winner of Astellas Oncology 2019 C3 Prize®!

With the funds from the C3 Prize, Guth intends to expand the reach and impact of Nanny Angel Network, which trains volunteers to care for children whose mothers have cancer.

We’re a finalist for the Astellas Oncology C3 grand prize

Nanny Angel Network is thrilled to announce that we have been selected as one of only three finalists for this prestigious award. We are the only Canadian organization selected as a finalist to compete in the final event.

A Mom’s Journey Through Cancer and Care

A cancer diagnosis is crushing news for anyone to receive, but it felt particularly cruel to Lily Zhou.

Celebrating our Nanny Angels!

On Friday, April 12, at Toronto’s Piano Piano restaurant, the Nanny Angel Network (NAN) celebrated the most vital ingredient for NAN’s success: our volunteers.

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