Santino Ferrucci

The patriotic livery of the No. 14 AJ Foyt Racing Chevrolet driven by Santino Ferrucci in the 107th Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge on Sunday, May 28 is designed to do more than catch the eye, as it also is raising awareness – and donations – for Homes For Our Troops (HFOT).

The nonprofit organization builds and donates specially adapted custom homes for severely injured post 9/11 veterans, providing them with the opportunity to rebuild their lives and once again become highly productive members of society.

ABC Supply Co., Inc., the sponsor of the Indy 500 entry, will match donations made to HFOT – up to $1 million total – from May 1-31. Donations can be made directly to HFOT by visiting

As a longtime supporter of AJ Foyt Racing, ABC Supply is proud to continue its sponsorship of the team while simultaneously shining a spotlight on HFOT. Nearly 90% of the donations received go directly toward rebuilding homes, which means HFOT rarely advertises and relies on word-of-mouth awareness. To date, HFOT has built over 350 specially adapted homes nationwide, with the goal of building a home for every veteran who qualifies.

Last year, ABC Supply donated the eye-popping patriotic design of its Indy 500 car to HFOT and participated in a 10-day fundraising effort as part of its sponsorship. The company met its $1 million match goal, with those funds helping to amass a final donation total of over $2 million.

"Racing has given us many wonderful opportunities, but being part of the Homes For Our Troops campaign to raise awareness and help our troops who have suffered such severe injuries is a true privilege," said A.J. Foyt, the first four-time winner of the Indianapolis 500. "We're proud to partner with ABC Supply to support this very worthy cause."