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The Chumpy Pullin Foundation helps people go All IN on life.

Alex ‘Chumpy’ Pullin was a captivating figure in Australian sports, with his passion for family and adventure shining through in every aspect of his life.

A trailblazer in the commercialisation of snowboardcross (SBX) opportunities for himself and fellow athletes, Chumpy was admired and respected by all. His kindness, caring nature and support for emerging athletes were matched by the esteem and admiration his competitive peers held for his talent and determination.

Chumpy’s incredible ability to inspire others through his snowboarding was undeniable and this influence extended to his love for surfing, sailing, free-diving, music and motorbike riding. He lived with an abundance of love and embraced life wholeheartedly. This is what we refer to as ALL IN. A mantra that Chumpy lived by.

By honouring Chumpy’s legacy through a foundation that upholds his interests and values, we have the chance to create a meaningful impact on people’s lives.

The Chumpy Pullin Foundation helps people go All IN on life.

We channel Chumpy’s ALL IN mantra and powerful approach to achieving greatness, to inspire people to be the best versions of themselves, overcome the barriers that hold them back so they too can achieve great things in their lives. Transforming challenges into opportunities for growth. Allowing people to thrive with strong mental health, resilience and physical well being.

Chumpy was a beacon of mental strength and resilience, achieving the greatest level of success in his chosen sport and other passions in life.

Chumpy Pullin Foundation was established to use his powerful and inspiring legacy to prevent and control mental illness and disease for generations to come.

The Chumpy Pullin Foundation focus’s on the positive facets of mental health excellence, leaning more into the prevention aspects of the category, while still identifying and helping those who present with current mental health illness.

We believe that teaching practical tools for good mental health can play a crucial role in both preventing the onset of mental health illness and managing existing conditions.

ALL IN

ALL IN

ALL IN

ALL IN