Foundation Fundraiser: Citrus Fruit Sale!
Thanks to all of you who supported this fundraiser.  It is now closed.
Give the gift of health, sweetness and citrus this holiday season! 

Sweet, tart, fresh, and juicy, The Rotary Club of Denver Mile High has started our annual Holiday Citrus Fruit.  We are selling 20 pound boxes of citrus from the Rio Grande Valley in Texas.  Quality guaranteed.  You can choose oranges, grapefruit or a combination of both citrus. 

Purchase a box for your family, friends and coworkers this holiday season. You can also purchase oranges to be donated to Food for Thought, a non-profit that provides food for students.  Proceeds from the citrus sales  will go to the Rotary Club of Denver Mile High Foundation. Our club takes pride in supporting projects and programs in the local community and worldwide. Some of our projects include:

  • Food security for refugees 

  • Mental Health Awareness

  • Outdoor activities for Urban Youth 

  • Clean Water 

  • Economic Training for Women

  • Health Fairs, including COVID19 vaccination


Uganda Mental Health Global Grant, sponsored by the Rotary Club of Denver Mile High, was launched on August 31, 2021. 
The 9-month project consists of two primary activities: 1) mental health counseling and 2)  empowerment skills.
The first stages of the project were to provide booster training for current health workers, train new trainers and train new health workers.  These trainings were all essential to prepare for the primary purpose of the the Grant:  to offer counseling to the community members with mental health issues. 
The reaction of the new trainees has already confirmed the importance of this grant:
  • Jenneth, a newly trained health worker, said that the training he received gave him a lot of knowledge that he is going to use for the rest of his life.
  • Margaret said that, with what she and the other new health workers learned, they will be able to do something good in the community.
Denver Mile High Rotary raised over $13,000 through sponsorships of our 10 bike riders.  Congratulations to each of them:  Melanie Gentz, Steve Blazek, Tom Cella, Janis Cella, Marty Waters, Margaret Van Vliet, Annely Noble, Debra Flick, and Charlene Porter.
It's not too late to support them--donations will be accepted until the end of the year. 
Click here to contribute in the name of  one of our bike riders in the Woohoomanity Challenge
Denver Mile High Rotary Club Receives Three District-wide Awards for Service in 2020-2021
We are honored to have received three awards for Club Service Initiatives in 2020-2021.  A big thank you to the Club members who conceived, collaborated, supported, funded and encouraged these activities,  The awards are:
  • Englewood Rotary: Literacy Award
    • Reading for Peace
  • Boulder Valley Rotary: Rotarians for Mental Health
    • Uganda Mental Health District Grant
  • Centennial Rotary: Rotary Has a Dream Diversity Award
    • DMHR Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging Initiative

$103,500 Water Grant in Zimbabwe
Click here for PowerPoint presented by Stella Dongo from Zimbabwe on COVID19 and its impact on Rotary activities
Denver Mile High Rotary has partnered with the Rotary Club of Highlands in Zimbabwe since 2005, focusing on economic training for women.  But when the Highlands Rotarians met with community representatives from Tafara and Mabvuku, in the suburbs of Harare, the Rotarians found out that clean water was a much bigger issue.  So we turned our efforts to rehabilitating current community wells, drilling new ones, and emphasizing improved sanitation.  Get the rest of the story.
Rotary Club of Denver Mile High Scholarships Awarded
We are delighted to announce the first annual Rotary Club of Denver Mile High Scholarships have been awarded to Joanna Padilla Zepeda and Roxette De Jesus Primero.  Each student will receive $1,000 for college study in the 2021-2022 school year. Both are outstanding students who graduated from Aurora Central High School in May with extremely high grade point averages.  In addition, they both have been very active in their communities and within the school. We are proud to be able to assist these students in achieving their goals through this scholarship.  To learn more about these two extraordinary scholars, click here.
Volunteering Opportunities
The impact in 2020 of COVID19 was devastating and Denver Mile High Rotarians rose to the challenge.  Whether we were packaging food, painting storage facilities or assisting with COVID19 vaccinations, we were contributing time and money to help.
Denver Mile High is once again hosting meetings in person with social distancing.  We invite you to visit us at the University Club in downtown Denver.  Meetings are also accessible on Zoom.  Contact us for more information about joining us.
Looking for a Club? Join Us for a Meeting!

The Rotary Club of Denver Mile High meets every Wednesday at 7 AM in downtown Denver at the

University Club, 1673 Sherman Street, Denver, CO 80203

Visiting Rotarians are welcome to come any time. Friends, family and those interested in the club are invited for breakfast and a speaker as well. 

Contact us to learn more about Denver Mile High Rotary! 

Why Denver Mile High Rotary?

We're known for our warm atmosphere and friendly members who champion many different service projects.  Although we have a variety of backgrounds and professions, we share a common goal—making  a difference in our community and around the world. Joining Denver Mile High Rotary will connect you to a global network of humanitarians who live the motto, "Service above self." 

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