It took us a while but the care industry is finally getting the recognition it deserves. Domestic Workers are the ones who make all work possible. Nannies are the one who care for children so parents can continue the pursuit of their chosen careers.

Nannies have become an active part of the society and a movement for domestic workers have started across the country.

The care industry is stronger than ever! We have bills being passed around the country and new laws already in place in many states, including Massachusetts.
We continue to grow as we continue to educate and empower our community. Here are just a few projects and initiatives that Thaty have been involved since their conception. You will find more projects below and we would love you to join us and support our industry growth!

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The Nanny Breakfast Club

The Nanny Breakfast Club is not just a weekly meeting. Thaty seeks to provide support and professional development for nannies who are engaged in this group with free or low cost training in various topics. If you would like to sponsor a training or to donate, please

contact us.

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NDR - National Domestic Radio

NDR was founded in 2013, by domestic workers, for domestic workers. The show’s initial focus was the Domestic Worker’s Rights movement in Massachusetts and covered the needs of all types of domestic workers. The focus however, has shifted to become more focused on the issues of nannies as other show organizers left. Thaty has, however, remained dedicated in helping nannies through this medium, and continues to be committed in recruiting relevant guest speakers, researching current issues and sharing tips and advice to nannies all around the country.

If you would like to be a guest in the show, donate, or to have us cover your event, please e-mail NDR directly at

Matahari Women Workers' Center

Matahari is a women’s social justice organization working to end gender-based violence and exploitation. In 2014, Matahari helped pass the Massachusetts Domestic Workers Bill of Rights as part of the Massachusetts Coalition of Domestic Workers. As we continue to ensure dignity for all women workers and their families, Thaty invites you to get involved in their work to raise standards for nannies and other domestic workers by joining Matahari Monthly Conference Calls or a In person neighborhood meeting.

Please contact Julia Beebe, lead organizer, directly at for more information.

The INA serves as the umbrella association for the in-home child care industry by providing information, education and guidance to the public and to industry professionals. READ MORE
Nannypalooza is a national nanny conference. Designed by nannies, for nannies, the gathering is an amazing weekend of learning, connecting and growing as a professional. is the home base for the conference as well as the Practically Perfect Podcast, National Nanny Training Day and more!


National Nanny Training Day is held to recognize the needs of young children and to raise awareness of the positive correlation between nanny training and quality care.  This national initiative is part of Week of the Young Child, an annual celebration sponsored by the National Association for the Education of Young Children.


Over the weekend of October 21 – 23, 2016 nannies and nanny-related businesses from across the country will come together in their local communities to participate in a variety of volunteer projects that serve local residents. This is a wonderful opportunity to not only give back but also to introduce the children in our lives to the importance and rewards of service. This is a Nanny Care Hub initiative.