The Broomfield Rotary Club

People of Action

Welcome To Broomfield Rotary

The Broomfield Rotary Club is a group of individuals committed to serving the community and having fun.  We are a service organization; people of action who unite to create lasting change in Broomfield and across the world.   As People of Action we are always seeking new perspectives and new ideas that can strengthen Rotary. 

Our club meets every Thursday evening at the Broadlands Golf Course where there is dinner and a program designed to keep us informed about what is going on in the community, the nation, and the world.

Are you a leader willing to help us increase our impact, expand our reach, and increase our ability to adapt? Join us for dinner on Thursday to learn more?      Please contact me here for directions.

Ben Vagher
History of Rotary
Rotary started with the vision of one man — Paul Harris. The Chicago attorney formed the Rotary Club of Chicago on February 23, 1905. Over time, Rotary’s reach and vision gradually extended to humanitarian service. Members have a long track record of addressing challenges in their communities and around the world:
The Mission of Broomfield Rotary is to put the principles of Rotary International into practice in Broomfield.  Our members are People of Action who use their passion and energy to
  • Provide assistance to families and individuals
  • Support education
  • Improve lives and create a better Broomfield.
Rotary encourages conversations to foster understanding within and across cultures. We train adults and young leaders to prevent and mediate conflict and help refugees who have fled dangerous areas.


Monday, July 17, 2023 at Omni Golf Resort in Broomfield, Colorado

The Rotary Club of Broomfield is proud to host the 20th annual golf tournament to benefit the  Broomfield Rotary Foundation's Police and Fire Fund.  This fund provides financial assistance to police officers and firefighters who are injured or lost in the line of duty.   

Founded by First Responders For First Responders

As a longtime Broomfield Rotary member, Police Chief Tom Deland was instrumental in starting the Broomfield Police and Fire Fund, along with Fire Chief John O’Hayre and Rotarian John Abboud. This tournament honors and serves our first responders and serves as a legacy to Chief Deland’s service and stewardship to our community.

We Have A Passion For Giving Back

The Police and Fire Fund is just one example of  Broomfield Rotary's support for People of Action; and we are having fun while giving back to the community. Over the last 3 years our club has given $243,440 to local nonprofits such as SRB (Senior Resources of Broomfield), A Precious Child, Bal Swan, CASA, , Broomfield FISH, Healthy Learning Paths, Broomfield Veterans Museum, Wounded Warrior Project, Global Hope, Colorado Conservatory of Dance and many local individuals who needed a little help and love.  See More