In 1980, Pat Watters and Marilyn Johansen recognized that child abuse was a problem in St. Petersburg.
They assembled a group of like-minded women with the goal of providing financial aid for direct services to abused children and the Infinity Club, Inc. was born.
In 1985, Infinity Club, Inc. was renamed and incorporated as Infinity, The League to Aid Abused Children and Adults, Inc.
To improve lives by providing financial assistance to direct services that aid abused & neglected children & adults in St. Petersburg.
CASA (Community Action Stops Abuse), Brookwood Florida, Inc. (residential home for girls) and the Suncoast Center, Inc.'s medical and foster care program. Learn more here!
Each year, Infinity raises thousands of dollars through major fundraising events and private donations. If you would like to join Infinity, please visit our MEMBERSHIP page.
Infinity member Shelley O'Neill is a retired detective from the Rhode Island State Police. During the 23 years she was on the force, she investigated cases of sexual abuse and assault. Shelley shared how law enforcement approaches these cases and works with agencies like Brookwood, CASA and Suncoast Center.
One of Shelley's former victims - now a survivor - shared her story via video. It is powerful. This young woman is articulate, brave, and not just surviving but thriving.
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