Welcome to Jaylens Challenge Foundation, Inc.

Our Purpose:

Jaylens Challenge Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit, charitable organization dedicated to promoting awareness and prevention of bullying through education and community service.

Bullies don't like different

 At the tender age of 8 years old Jaylen Arnold wanted to make a difference. In response to bullying, he wanted to fight back with words and experience - rather than with fists or name calling. Jaylen had suffered at the hands of bullies in school due to his disabilities making him an easy target. Bullies don't like different. 

Jaylen Arnold goes back to England in late 2019 for the second time as the only American to have ever received the Princess Diana Legacy Award for philanthropy. By Stephanie Claytor - Bay News 9 Video of mgpyGSzIcdo Jaylen is honored to receive such a prestigious award and continues to...Read more
I Made it! Below is the video, press release and links with reference to my college decision. I am so happy to announce that I made it through my first semester as a college freshman! I have found my place within SEU and am having an amazing experience. I'm going...Read more
Jaylen Arnold, Honored at TLC’s Give a Little Awards TLC Brings the Love with the Give a Little Awards. Teenager Jaylen Arnold received the TLC Give A Little Award during a ceremony in New York City. Jaylen Arnold, 18, was one of several recipients at the red-carpet event presented by...Read more
By Gary White FLORIDA — Jaylen Arnold has no hopes of ever making the NBA. Arnold, 17, joined the basketball team last year at Victory Christian Academy, and he says the results were “no bueno.” Even so, he can now claim to have received one assist from the NBA’s most...Read more
Video of XQRT3oBmpuk TAMPA, FL -- A teenager from Florida just got an award fit for royalty. He went to London and got to meet Princes William and Prince Harry when he received the Princess Diana Legacy Award. Jaylen Arnold, 16, was one of only 20 young people in the...Read more