CONCORD, N.C. -- Matt DiBenedetto and Go FAS Racing's upcoming race weekend at ISM Raceway just got a little bit easier thanks to some friendly faces in the garage.

DiBenedetto took to Twitter Tuesday, telling his supporters that the No. 32 team had no primary sponsorship for this weekend's race.

It wasn't long before Denny Hamlin rushed in, pledging $5,000 to DiBenedetto and Go FAS just minutes after DiBenedetto tweeted about the team's sponsorship troubles.

"Very good driver here that deserves being on the track," Hamlin tweeted. "Any company would be represented well on his car."

A short while later, NASCAR Hall of Famer and Fox Sports analyst Darrell Waltrip said his "Boogity Brands" would throw in another $5,000 for the 32 team.

DiBenedetto's day of good news wasn't done yet. Kevin Harvick, winner of the last two Cup Series races at Atlanta and Las Vegas, announced that KHI Management would contribute another $5,000 for DiBenedetto's underfunded team.

Overwhelmed by the response from fans and competitors, DiBenedetto returned to Twitter Tuesday afternoon, clarifying that his team wasn't in danger of shutting down in the near future despite having a handful of unsponsored races for 2018.

"We're very small and operate off of a very small budget," DiBenedetto said. "We just want to get better and having these unsponsored races is hard.

"Every little bit goes a long way here, so that is incredible. I don't even know what to say, thank you isn't nearly enough."