In The Media


Calgary Herald: “Planned Changes to Nanny Program Spark Alarm”

JUNE 24, 2014

Canadians prepare for major changes as the government overhauls the Live-In Caregiver Program.

World News Stand: “UK Families Pay More for Childcare Than for Housing Costs”

While many families around the world are feeling the financial pinch in childcare costs, UK families in particular are paying an increasingly high cost. In fact, the cost of childcare in the UK now exceeds the cost of mortgages and food.



Audrey Guth - Diamond Personnel

Audrey Guth – Community Crusader

Nanny Angel Network (NAN) is proud to announce that founder and chair, Audrey Guth, has been selected as 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.

Audrey and NAN2 - Diamond Personnel


TD Bank’s incredible #MakeTodayMatter project gave the gift of a lifetime to a NAN family, the Sharmas. Shortly after announcing the surprise $30,000 donation on-air to Audrey on Canada AM, Audrey then surprised the Sharmas with gifts, the donation and a slew of volunteers from TD Bank. Click on the post title watch the video!




NAN and Canada AM - Diamond Personnel


On December 9th 2014, Nanny Angel Network founder and Diamond Personnel CEO Audrey Guth was surprised on-air at the Canada AM studios by Tim Hockey of TD Bank for #MakeTodayMatter with a cheque of $30,000! Click on the post title to watch the video, and see Audrey’s reaction live!



News Release: CNN Selects Canada’s Audrey Guth, Founder of Nanny Angel Network as 2014 ‘CNN Hero’