Meet the team
Brett Hilton, CoFounder
Brett Hilton has been interested in helping children at risk most of his life. Brett received a Masters in Family Life Education at Brigham Young University and a second masters in Child and Family Studies from the University of Tennessee. He also has an undergraduate degree in Business Finance from Brigham Young University and an MBA from King University. Brett Has been a lifelong member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints commonly known as the Mormons. He has worked with young men and young women in a variety of teaching and coaching capacities. Of all the activities Brett engages, it is working with young people that makes him the happiest. Brett is happy to be a co-founder of Deliver and prays for its success daily.
Mary Bonney is the Project Director for Project: Healing from being Trafficked.
Mary is a senior at Brigham Young University. She is currently studying Psychology, and has plans to continue her education by getting a masters in Social Work and becoming and LCSW.
She has a passion for helping children find their forever homes and hopes that through our anti-trafficking efforts we can find safe, loving homes for children who have been trafficked.
Mary and her husband, Benjamin love working with Deliver and its goal to help children. They have one young daughter of their own, who is the absolute light of their lives and inspires their efforts to give that joy to others.
Bonnie Hilton, CoFounder
Bonnie Hilton, cofounder of DELIVER, has been married to Brett for 30 adventure-filled years. She is the mother of nine children -- quadruplets through a surrogate mother and five more through international and domestic adoption. Bonnie is a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. She has served in a number of leadership capacities within her congregation. Bonnie has a bachelor’s degree in Family Science from Brigham Young University and a master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Utah. She has worked as a licensed clinical worker for the past 30 years in a variety of settings including being employed for five years at a domestic adoption agency and more recently at Hand in Hand, an International Adoption Agency. She runs her own business called OliveTree Counseling. Bonnie loves life, music, sports, traveling, General Conference, and especially rescuing children at risk.