We Enable People To Discover and Embrace Their Undefeated Spirit To Better Themselves and Their Community One Play At A Time

Chuck Ealey is an undefeated quarterback that holds the longest QB winning streak in amateur football history at 68-0 in high school and college.

Chuck is an:

  1. Undefeated Quarterback
  2. Undefeated Executive
  3. Undefeated Volunteer
  4. Undefeated Father & Grandfather
  5. Undefeated Husband

Chuck Ealey’s mother, Earline Ealey, lived everyday of her life with an Undefeated Spirit.  While surrounded by the racial tension of the 1950’s and 60’s and poor economic conditions in Portsmouth, OH Earline raised her son Chuck to focus on the possibilities and look beyond all of the negativity. This Undefeated Spirit was nurtured in Chuck by family, friends, teachers and coaches.

Chuck Ealey defines the characteristics of an Undefeated Spirit in these simple terms:

U- Undefeated

N- No Negativity

D- Determination/Desire

E- Encouragement/Endurance

F- Faith/Focus/Fortitude

E- Equality

A- Attitude/Actions

T- Tenacity

E- Education

D- Discipline

How are you discovering and living your Undefeated Spirit and helping others discover and life theirs?”

Check Out These Videos To Learn More About Chuck Ealey and The Foundation

Chuck Ealey Foundation - Undefeated Spirit

Chuck Ealey battled adversity in his youth; With the guidance of a mother who saw the value in an education, Chuck combined his natural athletic ability, and desire to continue learning, and made his life what he knew it could be. His Chuck Ealey Foundation, and Their Undefeated Spirit lecture series, works to show young people what they're capable of when they stay focused on a goal, make positive choices, and learn to shut out the negative influence of their detractors. We got a chance to talk with Chuck and Rick from the foundation.

Posted by BCSN Erie on Friday, September 9, 2016

The Stone Thrower

The revealing and emotional story of how gifted Ohio-born quarterback Chuck Ealey found refuge in Canada and the CFL in the face of racial intolerance in the United States. Ealey, who went undefeated at the quarterback position throughout high school and university, signed with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in 1972 and led his team to a Grey Cup victory in his rookie season – becoming the first African-American quarterback to win the CFL’s championship trophy. Along with giving him a place to play the game that he loved, Canada became the place Ealey chose to raise his family, and where he proudly remains rooted today. Ealey recounts his early struggles and successes while his daughter Jael tries to peel away at a reserved man to uncover missing pieces of his story.