To entertain you while you wait, here is a real-life example of Scientology philanthropy.
Luzette Sparrin, an elegant lady in her 90s was "the oldest Minister in the Church." She was almost blind and had no money. She wrote to L. Ron Hubbard, asking him to return the money she had loaned him when he was poor and she an affluent opera singer. He did not acknowledge her letters. She ended her days in a welfare convalescent home.
So far par for the course. But there is more...
The Church had an official group called "The Gerus Society" which visited convalescent homes to cheer up the non-Scientology elderly, promoting the Church's "charitable" ideals. When asked to visit Luzette they refused, stating it was "not our purpose." No official Church service, or even mention of her passing was ever done.
"Scientologist philanthropist" is out-ethics. Does not compute.
I'm sure that Zhent (or someone) will have recorded it and you can make up your own mind about it but it was drawing a long bow in my opinion.