The Undefeated Spirit
We Enable People To Discover and Embrace Their Undefeated Spirit To Better Themselves and Their Community, One Play At A Time.
Help Us Recognize People For Their Undefeated Spirit
Every minute of everyday people around the world demonstrates their Undefeated Spirit. In simple terms, they will do the best they can and will never give up – – no matter what! It’s time to recognize and honor these people. Click below to help us recognize and honor their Undefeated Spirit.
Undefeated Spirit Programs
Never Give Up. No Matter What!
Chuck Ealey’s mother, Earline Ealey, lived every day of her life with an Undefeated Spirit. While surrounded by the racial tension of the 1950s and ’60s 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 has spent his entire life helping others do the same.
To honor his mother and help others discover and embrace their Undefeated Spirit Chuck launched The Chuck Ealey Foundation in 2006. The Foundation’s focus is not on Chuck Ealey and his accomplishments. We are focused on helping people around the world discover and embrace their Undefeated Spirit to better themselves and their community, one play at a time.
Our programs recognize, honor, reward, and build awareness about The Undefeated Spirit. We encourage you to consider using the programs that we’ve built in your community. Join The Undefeated Spirit Campaign.
The Latest Faces of The Undefeated Spirit!
This school year has been trying for of the Springfield youth and I've found that small things add up. In the most simple ways, Beth is a beacon of positivity in our community. Having the position as a school district transportation dept bus driver has to have it's...
Jennifer is the Chief Diversity and Belonging Officer at Bowling Green State University. She advocates for students and faculty/staff at BGSU through her work at the college and she has an in depth knowledge of Title IX. She regularly gives presentations on Diversity...
I'm very fortunate to be part of a larger team that works well together. With the help of our Board of Education, we focus on each other's strengths to positively lift up and improve our team's effectiveness.