Women whose lives have been affected by abuse need a fresh start.

This program provides survivors assistance through product distribution. This includes clothing (women, children and sometimes men), housewares, toiletries, bedding and much more. As many individuals flee from their homes in a timely manner, they do not have the time or the chance to collect all their personal belongings. Delivering Hope allows for these survivors to rebuild their lives through the donation of essential items. Each referred client can hand select the items they require. Delivering Hope also donates essential items to communities and shelters across Ontario, including Frist Nations. This program assists thousands of individuals by distributing thousands of items every month.

Women whose lives have been affected by abuse need a fresh start. Many have never had careers or positive role models that can guide or help them to integrate into the workplace. Abuse Hurts provides those mentoring relationships through a program called Delivering Hope Day. Through many volunteers, including successful career women who volunteer their time, Delivering Hope Day provides a practical physical makeover with hairstyle, makeup and several outfits.
As important as the outward physical boost that the women receive is, Delivering Hope Day also provides group sessions on topics such as self-esteem, boundaries, writing a resume and other topics helpful to women who are working towards a new beginning, whether as a professional or simply one who needs a new lease on life.
Since its inception, Delivering Hope Day (formerly known as Women Mentoring Women) has also caught the attention of the fashion and beauty industry with corporations such as Haggar Canada, Danier Canada, and Revlon.
The founding sponsor of this program was FedEx Canada.