The National Domestic Workers Alliance is concerned about the cost, availability, and pay of childcare in North Carolina. They are hosting a Town Hall call to determine the issues that we face as childcare workers in North Carolina, as well as the childcare needs, so that they can propose political action to help everyone succeed; more care for the children who need it, affordable to the parents, but still a living wage to us.
The Nanny Relief Fund is having a Walk-a-thon Fundraiser and the Nannies of North Carolina are challenging the rest of the world!
In the United Kingdom, there is a week in February devoted to the mental health of children. We think this is fabulous! And so, we are doing our part to bring that week here to this side of the Atlantic. This year’s theme is Growing Together. Growing Together is about growing emotionally and finding ways to help […]
The Nanny Relief Fund is having a Walk-a-thon Fundraiser and the Nannies of North Carolina are challenging the rest of the world! If you are willing to offer your time and talent aka walk (and since this is virtual you can walk anywhere at any time!), please sign up ($25 fee) to be part of […]
Until now, in the United States, only the IRS bothered to define the job of “nanny” and for legal purposes we have been using that definition ever since. But you notice how that sentence started: until now. What has changed now? Everything! The US Department of Labor through their O*Net (stands for “occupation network”) is […]
When: June 22nd @ 12 noon Where: Private Home of Hostess in Durham, NC NC PAN secretary Caroline H and NC PAN Treasurer Jennifer L have been growing their hair out to donate to charity. Come and party with them as they get their locks chopped off for charity, and maybe donate some hair of […]
On the 25th of August, a modest team of NC PAN nannies showed up at the Book Harvest of Durham to help sort books for children. We had laughs, we had fun, we made our community better, and best of all: we got to keep whatever adult books we wanted! (SO many to choose from!) […]
Invitation & RSVP: Book Sorting with Book Harvest (Community Involvement) We have a volunteer outing with Book Harvest to sort books. It’s at 2501 University Drive, Durham, NC 27707 from 9-noon. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details! Open to anyone who wants to help out. Just have them RSVP so that our numbers are accurate! Event Details & […]
You know the North Carolina Professional Association of Nannies for our program of sending your employer a really great National Nanny Recognition Week postcard. We love seeing them posted in honored places and love that our member nannies are recognized without having to do the uncomfortable and demanding thing of asking employers to recognize them. […]
On the 9th of January, a modest team of NC PAN nannies showed up at the Book Harvest of Durham to help sort books for children. We had laughs, we had fun, we made our community better, and best of all: we got to keep whatever adult books we wanted! (SO many to choose from!) […]