In 1987, Denver Cherry Creek Rotary became the first American Rotary club to charter with women members. We've been going strong every since. Our membership numbers approximately 30 men and women, all committed to community giving and service. We have been steadily building our Club's 501(c)(3) foundation, which distributes about $30,000 each year to local and international projects. And, just like Rotarians around the world, we enjoy volunteering for international humanitarian projects as well.
Denver cherry creek rotary culture
Expect a more casual, light-hearted meeting than you may have experienced at other clubs. While following the general Rotary format, we take time to catch up on events in our lives through "happy dollars." Rotary ski days and group bike rides are not uncommon, and we like to get together to see shows, visit museums and just gather for food or drink. We find new avenues for service on a pretty regular basis, offering to those inclined to volunteer, opportunities to paint houses, serve food to homeless women, rappel down the side of a skyscraper to raise money, or pack boxes at a food bank.