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Love and Support from the Waugh Family Foundation

For sister-in-laws Hayley and Stacey Waugh, the work of the Nanny Angel Network resonates deeply, as they both experienced parents having cancer when they were young. They both watched one parent keeping the family together while the other recuperated and thankfully got well. From this shared experience and deep understanding of what a family goes…

Making a Difference One Family at a Time

Volunteers like Delaney are the heartbeat of NAN. We couldn’t help moms with cancer and their kids without their unwavering support. Delaney joined the Nanny Angel Network with the hope of brightening the lives of families through their cancer journey. However, when she began volunteering she no idea of the positive reciprocal impact it would have…

Audrey Guth, 2-Time Cancer Survivor, Dedicates Her Life to Helping Mothers Undergoing Cancer Treatment

Kelsey Moroz, Conquer the Patient Voice Magazine Audrey Guth is a 2-time cancer survivor, of thyroid cancer and breast cancer. In 2009 she launched the Nanny Angel Network to help lessen the impact of cancer on families. “The first thing that goes through your mind after being diagnosed with cancer is, what’s going to happen…

Free, specialized childcare for moms with cancer

Susan Hay Broadcast Journalist, Anchor/Producer, Global News To lessen the impact of cancer on families, Audrey Guth founded the Nanny Angel Network – offering free in-home childcare for moms with cancer. Watch full story.

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.

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