The Graham & Courtney Rahal Foundation is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt charitable organization led by IndyCar driver Graham Rahal and his wife, former NHRA Funny Car driver Courtney Force Rahal. Rahal initiated the Foundation in 2009 to carry on the philanthropic efforts of his former team owner, the late actor Paul Newman.

Each year, the foundation hosts the GCRF Drivers Tournament powered by United Rentals the week leading into the Indianapolis 500, drawing participants from across the country to raise awareness and money for the foundation's two charitable partners: Turns For Troops / SoldierStrong USA and Colorado State University's One Cure program. In 2020, the golf tournament raised over $330,000 - a record-high for the event!

In Fall 2021, the Graham & Courtney Rahal Foundation hosted it's inaugural Vino For Vets event in Napa Valley, California. The now-annual event is a one-of-a-kind, weekend-long wine experience to raise funds for Turns For Troops / SoldierStrong. The first-annual event raised $150,000 for our veterans.

Supporting numerous non-profits over the last decade, the Graham & Courtney Rahal Foundation has donated over $1.4 million to causes close to the Rahal family's hearts.


Drivers Tournament

Thursday, May 25, 2023

The Graham & Courtney Rahal Foundation's premiere event.

This year's event will be hosted at Brickyard Crossing at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Vino For Vets

October 18-22, 2023

An intimate, weekend-long wine experience in Napa Valley to support Turns For Troops / SoldierStrong!



Turns For Troops

United Rentals donates $50 to SoldierStrong for every lap that #15 driver, Graham Rahal, completes in the NTT IndyCar Series. Funds from the Turns for Troops program go toward state of the art technology and rehabilitation resources for U.S. service members and veterans.
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SolderStrong is an organization with a national profile that stands at the forefront of nonprofits dedicated to improving the lives of our nation's heroes through the donation of revolutionary medical technologies to VA Hospitals and other medical centers across the country. SoldierStrong provides rehabilitation devices known as exo-skeleton suits to aid injured and paralyzed veterans in regaining their ability to stand and walk again. To date the organization has donated 24 exo-skeleton suits, with 20 of those devices going to VA Hospitals. Currently, 35,000 veterans have access to the rehabilitation devices. Recently the organization has placed an emphasis on mental health through their StrongMind program, which provides virtual reality hardware and software used in the treatment of post-traumatic stress (PTS) in veterans. 14 VA Hospitals across the country have access to the StrongMind technology.
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One Cure’s founding principle is that cancer affects all creatures and that treatment breakthroughs come through collaborations between scientists and doctors working with pets and people. One Cure’s goal is to improve the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of cancer in pets. And then use our research and knowledge also to benefit people with cancer. Gifts to One Cure support veterinary medicine’s largest clinical trials program located at the Flint Animal Cancer Center at Colorado State University. 
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