The DML Foundation is operated by Dennis Michael Lynch and Mary Lynch.

Written by DML
The DML Foundation Inc is a 501(c)(3) organization. It was originally launched with the intent of providing financial support to veterans, children in need, homeless Americans, recovering addicts, people who have lost their jobs or homes, frontline workers such as nurses, doctors, cops, 9/11 families, school safety projects, and families of first responders who die in the the line of duty.  In 2023, we are tightening our focus on health, by helping people afford products and services that can help them improve overall wellness, and to provide wholesome, family-based reading materials to young children under age 13.

How the DML Foundation receives its funding
All funding is exclusively derived from our business endeavors.  We do not accept donations from third parties.

Donations We Make
To date, most of the donations we give are monetary based, but on occasion we donate materials such as blankets, food, health products, and clothing.

How You Can Help
To help grow The DML Foundation please continue to use the DML NEWS APP, join the membership, and purchase Miracle Me CBD products available at


Atlanta Hope provides services to the homeless in Atlanta, GA.

Veterans Community Project in Kansas City, MO, builds tiny homes for homeless veterans.

Betty Ann Senf hands out blankets and food to the homeless in Washington DC.  To help fund her initiatives The DML Foundation donated to her $1,000.

–  Sisters, Carly and Ava Hinnant.  Their brother, Cannon Hinnant, was only 5-year-old when he was murdered in 2020 by a man with a criminal history in North Carolina. The   $9,000 donation was made to help pay for the sisters’ college tuition.

Code Enforcement Officer Charles Case from Augusta, GA, was found shot multiple times in the middle of a residential street by a man who lived in the home that Case had marked as condemned.  Our $500 donation went to help pay for Case’s funeral.

Rosemary Cain, the mother of NYC Fireman George Cain who died on 9/11.  We sent her a $500 donation to help her keep the spirit of George alive.

Make Our Schools Safe is a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting students and teachers at school. Started by the Lori Alhadeff, the mother of 14-year-old Alyssa who was a freshman killed in the Parkland shooting. The Florida-based charity advocates for school safety solutions nationwide, which is why we donated a total of $10,000.

Lauren Price was a veteran of the Iraq war.  She was diagnosed with a terminal lung disease caused by the burn pits encountered during her tour. Lauren and her husband, Jim, would travel from Florida to DC every few months to pressure politicians to make improvements to the VA system. Lauren died in 2022, and I gave the eulogy at her funeral. Our total donation of $12,250 was intended to help support her organization Veterans Warriors.

Accelerated Urgent Care is a for-profit medical clinic run by Dr. Dan Erickson. Based in CA, the clinic serves patients with various illnesses including the COVID-19 virus, which is why we have donated $1,000.

-Lisa Schrosbee from Arizona is a listener of the Dennis Michael Lynch Podcast. She is a US veteran who ran into challenging times and found herself struggling to pay the bills. To help, we donated to her $5,000.

Nursing staff at St. Frances Hospital located in Long Island, New York.  The staff at the hospital is the best of the best, so we donated a total of $1,500.

– John Dehart from Michigan.  John is a reader of The DML NEWS APP. His daughter lost her ability to function normally after contracting a rare disease from a bug bite. We tried to help John cover some of the expenses associated with her care giving by donating $3,000. 

– Vinny from Tennessee.  Vinny is an avid user of the DML NEWS APP, and a father of nine.  His kids are all under 18-years old, including two special needs children and a newborn.  He lost his job during the COVID-19 pandemic, so we donated $2,000 to his family.

– John Bixbee from Vermont.  This former football star began a career as a master carpenter and was doing great until drugs became a problem.  He lost everything, but is now recovering with the help of his mother, who is a nurse.   As a way of celebrating his 100th day of sobriety, we donated to John $500 to help him start a contracting business.

– Police Officer Gavan from Long Island.  He is a rookie cop in NYC earning little money in exchange for putting himself in life-risking situations each day.  The risks of being a young police officer is greater today than ever before.  He could have quit the force without anyone casting criticism, but Officer Gavan remained committed to protect and serve.  He is currently patrolling a dangerous area in Queens, and he drives two hours to work each day. Then he has a two hour ride home.  In a sign of support and thanks, The DML Foundation donated to Officer Gavan to help him with expenses, and with hope of helping him move to a home closer to his station. In total, we donated $20,000.

James Larkey from Missouri, is a truck driver; only problem is he doesn’t own a truck.  This limits his ability to earn a living. The DML Foundation donated $5,000 to Larkey to help him buy his own box truck.

Andi Buerger JD, Founder Voices Against Trafficking.  Andi is a victim of sex trafficking.  She started an organization to help young kids escape the horrors of sex trafficking, and we donated $8,000 to her org.

– Potter family, Kentucky.  Mr. and Mrs. Potter were sitting at home with their two grandchildren when a huge tornado struck their small town in Kentucky.  The family lost everything.  Thanks to friend, they are now living in a trailer while they search for a new home.  We wanted to help, so we donated $4,000.

Cleveland Clinic Hospital.  The Vero Beach, Florida hospital has experienced a high number of COVID cases amid being short staffed. We donated $1,000.

Alexander Neville Foundation. This donation was inspired by a podcast interview between DML and a mother who lost her son to a drug overdose. Fentanyl killed Alexander Neville, who was 13-year old. His mother is now an activist in alerting parents to the dangers of this horrible drug, and we donated $2,000 to help support her mission.

–  National Foundation for Healthy Veterans at Stone Ridge.  A foundation launched by retired Major General Bob Dees. The charity helps veterans overcome addiction and hardships; we donated $5,000

Cooper Janis from New York.  He is an infant born to a wonderful lesbian couple.  He lost an important male figure in his life, his grandfather, when he suddenly died of a heart attack at 67-years-old. We wanted to help, so we donated $2,000.

– J. Donohue from New York.  He is a 9/11 survivor. We gave him a $3,000 donation to help his family’s dog fight a battle with cancer.

Caitlyn Morrow from Long Island.  This recent college grad was spending her summer helping youngsters learn lacrosse at summer camps. She then drove to Ohio from NY for a job interview when someone hit her from behind, destroying her car.  We helped her pay for repairs by donating $3,000.

– Ken Robinson from Florida.  Kenny is an African American trying to put his life together after losing his mother to a stomach related disease, and on the same day she died he lost his brother and sister in a horrible car accident.  Ken wants to start his own painting business, so we donated $500 to help him get started.

Dylan B from N Carolina. Dylan dreams of owning his own business offering boat charters. We donated $1,000 to help him fulfill his dreams.

– Ken Cook from Florida.  A victim of the hurricane that rocked the west coast of Florida; Cook and his wife lost their home. He needed a place to stay, we paid for one week of his hotel lodging by donating $2,500

– The New York Yankees Foundation.  The pro-baseball team has a charity unit that serves the Tampa Bay Area, helping under privileged children and families in need. We donated $5,000.

– Teresa Vaught from Florida.  Ryan Vaught loved baseball, and was a veteran who served in the US military.  In December 2022, a few days before Christmas, he suffered an injury at home.  After a few days in the hospital, he was released in time for Christmas. The day after celebrating with his wife, Teresa, and their two small children, Ryan died from his injuries.  We donated $20,000 to his family.

– The Wild Adventures of Robin & Summer. To provide reading opportunities to children in poverty, The DML Foundation purchased 1,000 books about a pair of dogs who rely on each other to survive being lost in the wilderness.  The books were sent to foster programs throughout the country. Our donation totaled to $60,000.