Fiesta. A huge ripoff that benefits non-profit organizations that sell alcohol and STDs for profit. The law states that companies in business for reasons other than making money MUST disclose their financial statements.

In general, exempt organizations must make available for public inspection certain annual returns and applications for exemption, and must provide copies of such returns and applications to individuals who request them. (IRS.gov)

Enter The Junior League of San Antonio. Sounds reputable, right? They follow the rules and provide a wholesome atmosphere full of goodness and child-like wonder. No need to check them out or anything especially when they are promoting something as pure and gay as ‘Party’. Here is their annual report page:

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Seems legit. But click on that Financial Report link:

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What!? But…they involve kids and unicorns and pink fluffy clouds of purity!!! There is even a news story by none other than Maddy Skye (or Mendoza when she feels like being ethnic).

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So why no disclosure? Could the Junior League be nothing but a front for something more insidious?

Let’s look at their disclosure for 2016:

Investment income: $527,247.00

Now, let’s see what they told the tax man:

Investment Income: $28,890

😮 But it’s for the kids! THE KIDS!

To Be Continued.

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