Youth Engagement Zone Content
Juneteenth Music Festival needs your support to create the Financial Fun Youth Zone at Juneteenth on Saturday, June 17, 2017, Volunteer | Donate
How the Financial Fun Zone Works
Youth can earn “Fun Bucks” by visiting three educational booths within the Financial Fun Zone.

Booth volunteers will teach lessons about checking accounts, the importance of saving, and Juneteenth History.

Youth Engagement Zone

Youth Engagement Zone at Juneteenth Music Festival

Upon completion of each booth, participants will receive “Fun Bucks”.
Fun Bucks allow youth to participate in “fun” portions of the zone, which include Jumpy Castles, Face Painting, Basketball Hoops, Climbing Wall, Karaoke Stage and carnival styled games.
Youth will also be able to use their “Fun Bucks” to buy prizes small prizes.
Projected Outcomes
Participants will be introduced to basics of money and saving.
Youth will learn about American History from the African American Perspective.
Youth will earn fun time with learning first. •
The Financial Fun Zone will promote active learning: Youth will run, jump and play while learning.
• Rapport building between Adult (volunteers) and youth (participants) will create stronger community bonds and relationships.
Please make all donations payable to JMF Corporation. Your Donation is 100% tax deductible. For more information or to register as a vendor or perform on stage, please contact Chiniqua Jackson, JMF Corporation Youth Services Director (720.505.3274).
JMF Corporation | A non profit, 501 (c) (3) organization PO Box 460454 Glendale CO. 80246


Help Juneteenth Music Festival to Go Green and engage our community with the benefits.

Juneteenth Music Festival partners with several environmentally focused groups to ‘GoGreen’. Festival attendees are educated through example on daily habits and methods to be better environmental stewards.

With the help of volunteers and youth groups who serve as ‘Waste Experts’, trash from the festival is disposed in composting and recycling bins, and vendors may only serve food in eco-friendly containers.

The Green Zone has allowed partners such as Sierra Club, Conservation Colorado, Mo Betta Greens Farmers Market and many others to connect and activate under-informed communities about issues which effect our global environment.

In 2016, the festival successfully separated its trash from compost and recycled tens of thousands of plastic bottles.

“Be a part of the Juneteenth Music Festival Sound Track! We are accepting submissions from local bands and performers to perform in the 2016 Juneteenth Music Festival. Please click the link below to learn more.

(formally Miss Juneteenth)

Calling all Denver Miss Juneteenth Scholarship Pageant Alumni, Sponsors, Volunteers, Vendors, Photographers, Videographers and Contestants (ladies 3.0 GPA, grades 9-12 Fall 2016). Click the Link below to learn more.
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