Why we’re here

In 2010, we opened The Learning Center in a rural community to serve the poorest and most vulnerable children in the Ek Phnom District of Cambodia’s Battambang Province.

The children we work with come from desperately poor backgrounds. Many were malnourished, living in unsanitary and unsafe conditions, and not enrolled in school. Their situation put them at an extremely high risk for becoming victims of child labor, human trafficking and the sex trade. That is why we opened The Learning Center.

From the outset, we envisioned The Learning Center as more than just a place where children could come for learning; it would also have a lasting, positive impact on the community. We created it as a safe haven where we can additionally provide for the children’s nutritional, physical and emotional needs. After meeting the most basic needs of these children, we are able to provide educational opportunities and give them the love and support necessary for them to become self-reliant, compassionate individuals who go on to serve their communities as role models, professionals and future community leaders.

  • Melissa Theesen
  • Giulia Ciucci
  • Sokhors Hor
  • Sophorn Ngath
  • David Asseoff
  • Molly Thelosen
  • Peter Vogel
  • Andrew Bourne
  • Jenny Ciucci
  • Andrew Wolff
  • Catherine Smith
  • Elizabeth Kuehl
  • Ryan Rogers
  • Zach Rawlings

Our Partners

Program Partners

Friends International CYTI Alliance 

Children's Future works with the CYTI Alliance to significantly improve the quality and impact of services to marginalized urban children and youth and related groups through an effective global and internationally recognized Alliance of NGOs and Government services. Children's Future joined the alliance as a member in 2015. 


SALT Academy

SALT Academy’s soccer (football) program offers Cambodian children, youth mentors and local coaches the opportunity to enjoy playing sports while building leadership, communication and teamwork skills. SALT has supported the development of six Children’s Future soccer teams (3 girls, 3 boys). The partnership has also provided the incredible opportunity for several Children’s Future girls to travel internationally as part of a Cambodian junior national team.


SeeBeyondBorders provides Teach the Teacher trainings that support Children's Future Learning Center staff as they grow in their professional knoweldge and teaching practices. 

Better Lives

Better Lives has supported the development of an organic vegetable garden at The Learning Center. They have also developed vegetable gardens, built toilets and dug wells for our students’ families in the surrounding community.

Social Services of Cambodia

Social Services of Cambodia (SSC) operates a training center for counselors and social workers in Phnom Penh. Several Children’s Future social workers participate in the training programs that teach skills specific to managing cases of gender-based violence and other forms of abuse and neglect.

Dewey International University

Dewey International University (DIU) is committed to providing employment-relevant knowledge and skills to the youth of northwest Cambodia. Students from Children’s Future study both in Dewey’s secondary school program as well as its university program.


Other Partners


Adperio is a Denver-based media company that specializes in performance-based marketing. Adperio has been a longtime supporter of Children’s Future and donates office space along with staff resources in helping with various technological, administrative and accounting needs.


Gonnerverein is a Children’s Future support group based in Switzerland and registered with the Swiss government. Gonnerverein supports Children’s Future’s healthcare programs in addition to providing other forms of organizational support including networking and strategic planning.


Help For Hope has been a strong partner since 2012. In addition to directly supporting our University Scholarships program, Help-for-Hope generates awareness and funding for Children's Future through their broad network of partners and supporters in Switzerland and around the world.


CFI EU is a Children’s Future support group based in Germany and registered with the German government. CFI EU was established by former Learning Center volunteers and helps with various fundraising and networking initiatives.


KidzHelp is a Children's Future support group based in Denmark. KidzHelp provides in-kind and monetary support for Children's Future's programs in Cambodia. 

Bourne & Zakheim LLP

Bourne & Zakheim LLP provides pro-bono legal assistance to Children's Future.

Internet Society

The Internet Society supports a portion of Children's Future information technology and internet-based programming. The Internet Society is the trusted independent source for Internet information and thought leadership from around the world. With its principled vision and substantial technological foundation, the Internet Society promotes open dialogue on Internet policy, technology, and future development among users, companies, governments, and other organizations. Working with its members and Chapters around the world, the Internet Society enables the continued evolution and growth of the Internet for everyone.


Bianca e Nero

Children’s Future’s programs are transformational. While we are very aware of that, the talented folks at Bianca e Nero help us communicate our vision to the rest of the world in a clear, consistent and effective manner.

Our approach

Since it opened, Children’s Future and The Learning Center has become a strong and trusted pillar in the community where children and their families turn for support. At the core of our efforts is our commitment to providing comprehensive educational and personal growth opportunities to some of the most vulnerable children in Cambodia.

We strongly believe that the most effective way to serve these children is to take a whole child approach. Our programs are designed to serve their physical as well as their psychological needs. We achieve this by focusing on four main objectives: Child Well-being, Education, Community Outreach and Staff Training.

Child Well-being

The premise is simple: We believe that the basic human rights of all children must be met. If a child is malnourished, ill, or living in an abusive or neglectful situation, they won’t be successful in school. Therefore, addressing these basic needs is our number one priority. This is where our social workers focus their efforts. They are active at our Learning Center, as well as in the surrounding community, ensuring each child has a safe and supportive home environment, adequate nutrition and access to basic healthcare. We strongly believe that the best place for a child to grow up is with his or her own family, so our social workers get to know the families as well as the student. This allows them to work with each child to address their personal issues and to work toward strengthening their family unit.

Basic Needs Support

  • Clean drinking water
  • Food and nutrition
  • Housing assistance for children and their families in the community

Residential Support

  • Counseling to strengthen the family unit
  • Arranging alternative care for children within the community
  • Residential facilities for children with no safe alternative (Only after all other options have been exhausted)


  • Basic first aid treatment for children at The Learning Center
  • Basic healthcare services provided by our on-site staff nurse
  • Facilitation of clinic and hospital visits as needed
  • Preventative healthcare measures including annual exams, vaccinations and dental exams

Education Opportunities

Knowledge is the key to breaking the cycle of poverty. The goal of our educational programs is to provide children with the life skills and training they’ll need for educational and professional success. Our goal is to get our children into public school and then provide them the additional attention they need to successfully graduate. A further goal is to support students to study in university or vocational training. We also provide useful life skills necessary for employment and for them to become role models and community leaders.

Enrichment Education

  • English language classes
  • Computer science skills
  • Art, music and sports
  • Leadership and values development
  • Women’s health and empowerment training

Public School Access

  • Tutoring and catch-up classes
  • Reintegration into the public school system
  • Purchase of school uniforms
  • Child advocacy to public school teachers and administrators
  • Providing bicycles for reliable transportation to and from school

Additional Education

  • University scholarships
  • Academic guidance counseling
  • Vocational training
  • Job skills training
  • Technology Academy

Community Outreach

At Children’s Future, we understand the important role the families and the community play in the success of our efforts. As a way to reach beyond the walls of The Learning Center, our social workers also support the needs of the children’s families and caretakers through community outreach activities including:

  • Family counseling
  • Child advocacy to parents, family and community members
  • Life-skills training
  • A sustainable livelihood project to train families to grow vegetable gardens at their homes

Staff Training

Because of events in Cambodia’s recent past, the nation faces a leadership gap and a lack of trained professionals. We realize the critical role of staff training and capacity building in the quality and sustainability of our program, and allowing Cambodians the opportunity to step into leadership roles at The Learning Center. To provide the support structure they need, our staff attends professional development training according to their specific job responsibilities. Some of this training is offered at The Learning Center while some is held off-site by partner organizations. This instructional and coaching includes:

  • Teacher training
  • Social work training
  • General leadership training
  • Human rights training
  • Gender mainstreaming training
  • Women’s health and empowerment training

Our sustainability also extends to employing former students as staff, interns and volunteers at The Learning Center. Twenty-five of our Learning Center staff are Cambodian, and 11 former or current students are active staff, interns or volunteers.

Program FAQs

When was Children’s Future founded?

Children’s Future was founded in 2008 by Jenny Ciucci and Andrew Wolff on the belief that every child deserves an education and has the right to a life of dignity and opportunity. Construction of the Learning Center began in 2009, and the doors opened in 2010.

Where does Children’s Future operate?

Our operations in Cambodia are centered around The Learning Center, which is located in a rural village just outside of Battambang City. Battambang is Cambodia’s second-largest city located in the northwest part of the country.

Where is Cambodia?

Cambodia is in Southeast Asia, bordered by Thailand to the west, Laos to the north,  Vietnam to the east and the Gulf of Thailand to the south.

Does Children’s Future have any religious or political affiliations?

We do not have any direct religious or political affiliations, but we graciously accept and appreciate support from all individuals, groups and organizations committed to furthering our mission.

Is Children’s Future registered with the Cambodian government?

Yes. We are a registered international non-governmental organization (NGO) with Cambodia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs. We are also registered with Cambodia’s Ministry of Social Affairs and Ministry of Education.

May I visit The Learning Center?

In general, we do not allow visitors to The Learning Center. Because our first priority is the safety and well-being of the children under our care, we only offer supervised visits to select partners and supporters.

How does Children’s Future ensure the safety and well-being of the children at The Learning Center?

Our thorough Child Protection Policy ensures that The Learning Center remains a safe and positive learning environment for all the children we serve. If you would like to request a copy of our Child Protection Policy, please email info@ChildrensFuture.org.

Does Children’s Future need or accept volunteers on-site in Cambodia?

Although we are grateful for your interest, Children’s Future does not regularly accept foreign volunteers. On occasion, select volunteers will work with staff in a capacity-building role. If you have a valuable skill to offer the staff members of Children’s Future, please contact us with your ideas: info@ChildrensFuture.org.

How has Cambodia’s recent history impacted the country?

Forty years ago, Cambodia suffered from one of the worst genocides in history. Approximately two million people were killed or died from disease, starvation or forced labor at the hands of the Khmer Rouge regime. The educated population, including teachers, doctors and intellectuals, were executed and families were torn apart. The infrastructure of the country was devastated. To this day, most of the country remains underdeveloped, and an estimated one-third of the population is living in poverty.

Why is human trafficking such a problem in Cambodia?

Extreme poverty, low education levels, fragile government institutions, inadequate child protection mechanisms, and sex tourism are just some of the factors that play a major role in human trafficking within Cambodia.

How does Children’s Future help prevent human trafficking?

Children’s Future serves some of Cambodia’s most marginalized and vulnerable populations. To prevent human trafficking and exploitation, Children’s Future works to keep children safe and in school through a combination of prevention techniques and quality education, well-being, and community outreach programs.

Donation FAQs

Is my donation tax-deductible in the United States?

Yes, Children’s Future International, Inc. is a registered 501(c)(3) organization and all donations are tax-deductible in the United States.    (EIN number: 26-1761651)

Is my donation tax-deductible in Germany?

Yes, all gifts made to our German partner association are fully tax-deductible and 100% of your donation goes directly to our operations in Cambodia. Please follow www.cfi-europe.org to make a secure online donation.

Is my donation tax-deductible in Switzerland?

Yes, all gifts made to our Swiss partner association are fully tax-deductible and 100% of the donation goes directly to our operations in Cambodia. Please visit their website at www.kindern-helfen.ch to make a secure donation.

My U.S.-based employer has a matching gift program. Can I make a one-time or recurring gift to Children’s Future through my company’s matching gift program?

Yes, that is a great way to double your impact! Please email info@ChildrensFuture.org for more information about how to set up your matching gift.

Does Children’s Future receive government funding?

We do not receive any government funding from Cambodia, the United States, or elsewhere. We rely solely on the generosity of individuals, businesses and foundations to fund our programs.

How do I give to Children’s Future on behalf of my relative, my estate or my business?

Great! We can help you with this. Please email info@ChildrensFuture.org for more information.

Contact Us



U.S. Mailing Address:
1031 33rd Street, Suite 174
Denver, CO 80205

Cambodia Mailing Address:
PO Box 387
Battambang, Cambodia

Learning Center Location:
Ek Phnom District
Battambang, Cambodia

Supporting technology at The Learning Center means our students will have access to the equipment necessary for developing the right skills, so they can keep up in today’s world and help move their country’s knowledge base forward.
Your contribution toward education will help us cover everything from public school uniforms for every child and their school enrollment fees to their schoolbooks and more. And education is a key to every child’s success.
Providing financial support for well-being will help ensure we are able to meet each and every child’s basic needs including proper nutrition, basic healthcare, residential support and more. These basics form the cornerstone of our efforts at The Learning Center.
This covers the advanced forms of education our students receive. Supporting our enrichment programs means our children will continue to enjoy the sports, arts and leadership training that teach them discipline, creative thinking and other important advanced life skills.
When you tag your donation for transportation, you help us supply every child with their own bicycle. This is important so they have a safe, reliable way to travel from home to school and to The Learning Center every day. You will also be helping us cover costs for taking seriously ill children to get the advanced medical care they may need.
Learning is a key component to what we offer at The Learning Center, and you can help us provide things like pencils and paper for writing, books for reading and book bags for our students to carry it all in, simply by tagging your donation to help us purchase supplies.
While many of our programs fulfill needs at The Learning Center, we know our long-term success depends on involving the children’s families and the community as a whole. Contributions to our outreach program support these efforts, which include family counseling, life-skills training, and our sustainable livelihood gardening programs.

Support Us

Children’s Future relies solely on the generosity of individuals, businesses and foundations to fund our programs. Our “whole child” approach means there are plenty of ways your financial support can help. Whether you earmark your donation for a specific category, or it goes toward our general fund, your financial support will be applied directly to providing the necessary care and tools our Learning Center students require. Thank you for making a difference in the life of a child.

Children's Future is a registered 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. Your gift is fully tax-deductible in the United States to the extent permitted by law. If you prefer to make a donation by check, please make payable to Children's Future International, 1031 33rd St., Suite. 174, Denver, CO, 80205.

Swiss Donors, please click the flag to visit our partner organization's website to make a tax-deductible donation.

German Donors, please click the flag to make a secure online tax-deductible donation via PayPal.

There are several ways to get involved!


Volunteer Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in volunteering with Children's Future. We are always looking for ways to engage motivated and dynamic individuals who are eager to make a difference.

Please complete our volunteer application to get involved.  

Email info@childrensfuture.org with any questions.

United States

The following volunteer opportunities are currently available in Denver, Colorado: 


The following volunteer opportunities are currently available in Battambang, Cambodia: 

  • Teacher Trainer: Mentor our Cambodian teaching staff as they adapt new teaching styles, curricula, and activities in their classrooms

Career Opportunities

Children's Future does not have any open career opportunities. 

Help Us Grow

There are several ways to support Children’s Future International. Please consider:

  • Sponsoring a student for $35/month
  • Donating stocks, bonds, and other assets
  • Asking 3 friends to sponsor a student 
  • Honoring someone with a donation in their name
  • Making a gift by bequest
  • Hosting a house party or donating your birthday
  • Running or cycling a race for Children’s Future
  • Invite us to speak to a group of your colleagues or peers
  • Telling friends and colleagues about Children’s Future 
  • Setting up an individual fundraising page on Razoo 

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October 2012 Straight from the Center
May 2012 CFI Quarterly
September 2011 Building Confidence
June 2011 Summer is here and CFI is thriving.
March 2011 CFI visits Angkor Wat for the first time
October 2010 Back to School . . . For the First Time
July 2010 CFI Opens Girls' Home, refuge for young women
April 2010 New Children's Learning Center Opens
November 2009 Phally plays soccer in Laos


Denver event a success! Now we are off to DC ... Join CFI Co-Founders and the Zwicky family and make CFI shine brighter! Oct. 26th

Thank you to everyone who came to our Denver event - it was a huge success! We raised over $20,000 for our student sponsorship program.

Now Andrew Wolff and Jenny Ciucci are headed to Washington, DC!
Please join Katherine Zwicky as she introduces CFI founders Andrew Wolff and Jenny Ciucci (Katherine's and Eric Zwicky's niece, Karen Ciucci-Zwicky's daughter, and Warren and Ruth Zwicky's granddaughter) for wine and hors d'oeuvres as they share stories, photos and information about their work which is transforming the lives of the children served by Children's Future International.

Event details: October 26th, 7pm to 10pm, Hillside at Hillandale, 4000 Hillandale Drive, Washington, DC 20007
There is no cost to attend this event and it is open to the public, please bring guests and invite anyone that might be interested in learning more about the work Children's Future. Please visit the facebook event page for more information about this event in Washington, DC.

October 2013 ~ Seeds to Leaves ~ Denver fundraising event Oct 17th


From Seeds to Leaves,
Celebrating the growth of Children's Future

Event Details:
Join the founders of Children’s Future International for an evening of food, fun, and fundraising at The Posner Center for International Development in Denver’s Curtis Park neighborhood on Thursday, October 17, 2013 at 6:00pm. The event is focused on raising funds to support the children that study daily at the Children’s Future Learning Center in northwest Cambodia. The evening will feature live music, food from local restaurants, great raffle prizes, and a very special “hello” from the students at the Learning Center in Cambodia. Raffle tickets are $5 each. The event is family-friendly and parents are invited to bring their children. Kids arts and crafts, games, and interactive learning will be provided in a supervised setting.

Admission is a donation of $35 per person - the minimum amount required to support one child with clean clothes, school uniforms, access to quality education and tutoring for public school, and at least one nutritious meal each day for one month.

Click HERE to register

Click HERE for more information


Sept 2013 ~ New website launches!

We are excited to announce the launch of our new website!

Created by the dynamic team at Bianca E Nero, this beautiful, unique website is something we at Children's Future have been looking forward to for many months. We are so grateful to Terry Pierce of Bianca E Nero and his creative team of developers, designers, writers and editors.

Thank you, everyone!


Click here to check out more of the incredble work being done at Bianca E Nero



August 2013 ~ Now hiring! Development Director Denver, CO

Children’s Future International
Director of Development - Position Description

Children’s Future International is an innovative grassroots organization that serves poor and vulnerable children in Cambodia who are at high risk of falling victim to human trafficking, forced labor and the sex trade. Our comprehensive well-being, education and community outreach programs are designed to serve the needs of the “whole-child”, and offer meaningful opportunities for children to break out of the cycle of poverty and develop into professionals, role-models and future community leaders.

Reporting to and in partnership with the Executive Director, the Development Director will spearhead all development efforts as Children’s Future International continues to grow. She/he will champion the mission of Children’s Future International while serving as a spokesperson and advocate for the organization. As a new position in the organization, the Development Director will have the opportunity to significantly impact the sustainability and growth of an organization which is radically transforming the lives of the children it serves.


  • Develop and execute Children’s Future’s annual development plan to ensure revenue meets or exceeds annual financial goals. Expanding the organization’s current network of donors should be a primary focus of the plan. Development plan will include:
    • Foundation giving
    • Major donors
    • Corporate giving
    • Events
  • Individual giving campaigns (annual appeal, student sponsorship, social media)
  • Government and international funding
  • Oversee all aspects of fundraising, including donor cultivation, solicitation, stewardship and communication with existing and new donors
  • Support the fundraising efforts of our existing international fundraising partners
  • Manage and execute foundation research, grant writing, grant reporting
  • Manage Salesforce donor database and oversee staff/volunteers responsible for data entry and gift processing
  • Work with the Executive Director to establish and manage fundraising schedule (individual meetings, presentations, media)
  • Work with the Executive Director to develop a culture of fundraising throughout the organization (board of directors, volunteers and staff)

Dedication to and a passion for the mission of Children’s Future International
Bachelors degree required, Masters degree a plus
3 years experience in development, 5+ years preferred
Experience with international NGOs and government funding a plus
Highly organized, self-motivated and goal-oriented
While our primary focus is on fundraising outcomes, we expect the position to require 20-25 hours per week
$20,000-$30,000 base salary commensurate on experience with a generous performance based incentive structure


To apply:

Please email the following to jobs@ChildrensFuture.org

  • A cover letter stating 1.) Why you are interested in this position, 2.) How you meet the qualifications sought, and 3.) What contributions you can make to Children’s Future team
  • Your resume
  • A relevant short writing sample
  • One page overview of fundraising successes
  • Contact information for three professional references who have direct knowledge of your ability to successfully fundraise and/or manage projects
  • Please place “Development Director” in subject line of the email.

Application end date: Applications will be reviewed as received. Final closing date is October 20th, 2013, but we will fill the position prior to that time if we find the right candidate.



July 2013 ~ Teacher Trainer position in Battambang, Cambodia

Children’s Future International (CFI) is looking to hire Teacher Trainers at our Learning Center in a rural community near Battambang city in Northwest Cambodia.

CFI’s “whole child” method offers well-being and education programs to over 225 vulnerable children. This is a unique and challenging opportunity for a committed and hard-working person to help shape the direction of a young and growing organization. The goal of this position is to build the teaching capacity of CFI’s English Teachers; teachers will work side-by-side with experienced native-English-speaking Teacher Trainers to improve their abilities. By exchanging teaching practices and cultures this experience should be mutually beneficial: the English Teacher and the Teacher Trainer will learn from each other and improve together. The Teacher Trainer will be paired with a CFI English Teacher (a Cambodian national teaching English as a second language). The CFI English Teacher is responsible for the learning, safety, and behavior of the students. The Teacher Trainer will be responsible for mentoring the English Teacher in curriculum development, lesson planning, teaching methods, classroom management, etc. In the classroom the Teacher Trainer will assist the English Teacher as a native speaker of English, helping with pronunciation and conversation as necessary. The Teacher Trainer is expected to work the same hours as the English Teacher: full-time, Monday through Friday. The ideal candidate will be able to commit for one year; the minimum period of service is four months. Other opportunities exist to teach specialized classes based on the Teacher Trainer’s skills (teaching a musical instrument, dance, sport, photography, etc.).

CFI’s Learning Center is located 8 kilometers from Cambodia’s second largest city. Children’s Future International (CFI) is a registered 501(c)(3) US based non-profit organization working as an international NGO with a formal arrangement with Cambodia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs. CFI has no religious or political membership. To learn more about CFI, please visit our website: www.ChildrensFutureInternational.org. CFI is committed to child protection: prospective employees’ and volunteers’ commitment to child protection is a condition of employment.

See the job listing at http://www.idealist.org/view/volop/CpPCc4NSxzMD/

June 2013 ~ Online Auction from GovBall NYC Music Festival

Children's Future was honored to be the official charity of The Governors Ball Music Festival in New York City in early June.

Visit the auction here: https://www.charitybuzz.com/auctions/governorsball/catalog_items


Children’s Future International, Charitybuzz Announces Partnership with Governors Ball Music Festival to Raise Awareness of Child Poverty in Cambodia

RANDALL’S ISLAND, New York City – June 6, 2013, Children’s Future International, a U.S. -based non-profit organization, along with Charitybuzz, is pleased to announce its official partnership with Governors Ball Music Festival, a three-day music festival. The organization’s presence at the festival is to help raise awareness about educating self-reliant and compassionate young individuals from impoverished communities in Cambodia. Festival attendees can talk with Children’s Future staff and learn more about how they can help break the cycle of poverty. The Governor’s Ball Music Festival is a three-day, four-stage music festival featuring some of the most highly recognized musical acts in live music performance. This year’s line-up includes headliners Kanye West, Kings of Leon, Guns N’ Roses, The Lumineers, Animal Collective and Dinosaur Jr. Children’s Future and Charitybuzz will be set-up on site for the entire festival, from June 7 – June 9. “Our organization is forever committed to serving less fortunate and vulnerable children in Cambodia,” said Andrew Wolff, co-founder and director at Children’s Future International. “In particular, our efforts significantly impact a child’s life by providing them the educational opportunity to become influential role models to their peers and community leaders, allowing our organization to focus on our priorities to cultivate the support of others. We firmly believe the involvement at this year’s Governor’s Music Festival can be beneficial for Cambodian children and their community as a whole.” “The time is right to raise awareness about child poverty,” said Jordan Wolowitz, Partner, Founders Entertainment. “Bringing people together with the power of music and the mission and values of Children’s Future creates an invaluable partnership full of endless opportunities.” Today’s educational landscape is disproportionate throughout the world. Children’s Future insight and experience coupled with the outpouring of support from those able to give will go a long way towards strengthening the Cambodian culture, ultimately providing local children there the opportunity to learn and grow into positive individuals.

About Charitybuzz

Charitybuzz raises funds for nonprofits around the globe through online auctions with the world’s most recognizable celebrities and brands. Featuring access to acclaimed actors and musicians, business and political leaders, sports stars, luxury travel, couture fashion, rare memorabilia and more, Charitybuzz brings its online community of bidders exclusive opportunities to live their dreams and make a difference. Since launching, Charitybuzz has raised more than $75 million for charity. To learn more, visit www.Charitybuzz.com, like us on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/Charitybuzz or follow us on Twitter at @Charitybuzz.

About Governor’s Ball

The Governor’s Ball Music Festival, produced by Founders Entertainment, is a multi-day music festival held on Randall’s Island in New York City. Launched in 2011, the festival features an array of genres and styles of music, including rock, electronic, hip-hop, indie, Americana, pop, folk, and more. To learn more, visit http://governorsballmusicfestival.com/.