The million-dollar donors keeping Scientology flush, New Year's 2020 edition - 2020-03-25
As we promised on Monday, we have for you today the greater whales who were celebrated at a special New Year's "Patron's Ball" in Beverly Hills, another opportunity for Scientology to celebrate its biggest donors.
On Monday, we showed you the lesser whales, the donors who had forked over up to $750,000 to David Miscavige's slush fund, the International Association of Scientologists, and today we have the richies who were recognized by the IAS for bestowing at least $1 million or more.
This set of donors is from California and other parts of the Western US, but Scientology cetaceans from other parts of the world will get their chance to vie for pretty trophies at upcoming celebrations that will be held at Maiden Voyage on the cruise ship Freewinds in June and at the year's biggest shindig, the IAS annual anniversary gala in October that takes place in East Grinstead, England. (But what about the trophy-winners who were scheduled to be feted on LRH Birthday weekend two weeks ago in Clearwater, Florida? Will they still get a spread in an upcoming issue of Impact magazine? Poor things.)