People. Projects. Passion.
          Club of Denver Mile High with Denver Skyline

We see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change —  in our communities, across the globe and in ourselves.

Denver Mile High Rotary Club does this through volunteerism, collaboration and connectivity. 

Learn about the people in our club that make things happen.
Get involved in the projects that impact the city, and the world.
Share your passion with us, and join the club to make a difference. 
Denver Mile High Rotary has suspended all in person meetings and other activities because of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).  That does not mean that we are not still active.  Ronnie and Amy donated masks to UPS drivers, men and women.  Click here to see other Club initiatives responding to the need in the community.  Check out our Fellowship page as well.
Denver Mile High Rotary Zoom Meeting
April 8, 2020
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." 

Partnership with The Conflict Center
Denver Mile High Rotary is proud to be able to support a long-standing partner,  The Conflict Center, with a their  “Tuesdays with TCC. “ These community conversations, presented over 6 weeks in April and May, have enabled the Conflict Center to reach people who might not have otherwise connected with the Center.   
 
The interactive programs build community in response to the stress, anxiety, and feelings of isolation caused by COVID-19. Topics include how to give yourself grace during this difficult time and how to reenter society as stay-at-home restrictions begin to ease.
 
Food for Thought support during Coronavirus
 
As part of the Denver Mile High response to the Coronavirus, we contributed funds to Food for Thought, an organization that provides weekly food bags for Denver children and their families.  Some members of the Club also assisted in filling the bags for distribution. As you can see, they kept social distance and wore face masks.
 
We are proud to be able to help in this time of incredible need.         Read the letter from Food for Thought.
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Do you want to speak at our club?
We're a dynamic club with a variety of interests, and we're always looking for interesting speakers.
 
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