On behalf of the anti-gay organization AFA, one of its members, Estella Salvatierra, has filed a resolution that would require PepsiCo to provide more information concerning its charitable contributions. This resolution was filed after the AFA started boycotting Pepsi because the company donated $1M to various gay organizations but has refused to donate money to the AFA.
The resolution states: “Current disclosure is insufficient to allow the Company’s Board and shareholders to evaluate fully the proper use of corporate assets by outside organizations and how those assets should be used, especially for controversial causes. For example, PepsiCo, Inc. is the leading corporate sponsor Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays, Inc. (PFLAG).”
PepsiCo has responded by informing Salvatierra and other interested parties that PepsiCo discloses its charitable giving on its web site and has made that information available to the public since 1999.
Salvatierra and her “Christian” organization PFOX have a history of making false claims about assaults made on their members by homosexuals.
If PepsiCo had donated $1M to PFOX and $0 to PFLAG, both the AFA and PFOX would be happier than Ted Haggard in a room full of hot, young, naked gay men.