Come see what The Rotary Club of Grand Junction does for our local community, nationally and internationally, and how you can be a part of it!
 
The Rotary Club of Grand Junction is currently made up of 100+ individuals in our community dedicated to “Service Above Self”.  This mission serves to promote integrity and advance world understanding, goodwill and peace through the fellowship of individuals, business professionals and community leaders.  We work together to raise awareness, funding and support for betterment to others.  Our club is now in its 100th year of service in the Grand Valley and is looking forward to another rewarding year of giving. To celebrate, we want you to be a part of it! We would like to invite you to attend one of our meetings and see what we are all about and invite you to join us as a club member. 
 
We meet once a week at noon on Wednesdays for lunch downtown.  We discuss club business; receive information about our local community and abroad, as well as other events and gatherings just for fun.  If you would like to be our guest at lunch or want more information please contact Dave Huerkamp, Membership Development (dave@prospace.biz or 970-261-1081) for information on visiting our club and/or becoming a Rotarian.  Please feel free to visit us on our Facebook page “The Rotary Club of Grand Junction” and click on “contact” to see our home page at https://portal.clubrunner.ca/3266, our district website at www.rotary5470.com, or the Rotary International website, www.rotary.org, for additional information.  We look forward to hearing from you.
 
In the last year The Rotary Club of Grand Junction, District #5470, Club #1167 and our partners have contributed approximately $159,000 to the following local charities as well as national and international charities through various fundraising events, grants, scholarships, personal/business donations and sponsorships.  Our major fundraising events in the last year were Salvation Army Bell Ringing, Banff Film Festival, The Red Ball Express Sweepstakes and School District 51 Dictionary and Back to School Supplies Projects.
 
Just a few of the beneficiaries of Rotarian funding –
 
Salvation Army, School District 51, 3rd Grade Grand Valley Students, Girl and Boy Scouts, CMU Foundation, CMU Athletics, Donors2Success, Family Health West Foundation, GJHS Interact, Sports and Music programs, March of Dimes, Powderhorn Racing Team, Wingate PTA, Central HS Band Parents Inc., Discover Colorado Ability, GJ Symphony Orchestra, St. Mary’s Hospital Foundation, Thunder Mountain Robotics Club, Colorado Canyons Association, Colorado National Monument Association, CMU International Student Program, Kid's Aid Project, Bilingual Kids, CEC (Counseling & Education Center), Center for Independence, GV Equine Center, Hilltop, Hispanic Affairs Project, Joseph Center, Marillac Clinic, Mesa County 4-H Foundation, New Emerson STEAM School, RSVP, STRIVE, Orchard Mesa Little League, Museum of Western Colorado, Mesa County Fair, Grand Junction Parks and Recreation and the International Midwife Assistance.