Rev. Al Sharpton sees his pay double to $650k, with his non-profit forking out $1m on private jets 

Rev. Al Sharpton received a massive raise through his National Action Network charity that’s nearly doubled his pay packet to nearly $650,000 with his non-profit also shelling out $1million on private jets. 

Sharpton, president and CEO of NAN, was compensated $348,174 by his charitable foundation, according to tax filings. He was also allocated $278,503 in bonuses and $22,117 in benefits, bringing his total compensation to $648,794.

That’s a giant increase in pay for Sharpton, who’s salary was $347,183, and did not include bonuses, two years ago (in 2020). 

Of the $1million forked out on lavish transport, NAN paid $291,833 to Apollo Jets, a service which brokers private jets and helicopters – from Gulfstreams to Boeings – and partners with Talon Air, one of the largest charter operators in the US. 

NAN also splashed out $650,134 on Carey International, a luxury car-with-chauffeur ride service so that the Revered could attend ‘important’ meetings. 

Rev. Al Sharpton nearly doubled his pay packet to $650,000 through his non-profit, the National Action Network, in 2021, compared to 2020, when he only earned $347,183

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