The Rocky Mountain District


Spanning across Colorado, Wyoming, and the panhandle of Nebraska, the Rocky Mountain District is made up of 10 clubs:

Adams State University

Nearby K-Family Clubs:
Alamosa Kiwanis
Alamosa High School Key Club

Colorado State University

Nearby K-Family Clubs:
Fort Collins Eye Openers
Poudre Golden K
Fort Collins High School Key Club
Fossil Ridge High School Key Club

University of Colorado: Colorado Springs

Nearby K-Family Clubs:
Monument Hill Kiwanis
Colorado Springs Kiwanis
Lewis-Palmer HS Key Club
Pine Creek HS Key Club

Colorado Mesa University

Nearby K-Family Clubs:
Grand Junction Kiwanis
Grand Junction Aktion Club
Delta High School Key Club

Colorado State University: Pueblo

Nearby K-Family Clubs:
Pueblo Kiwanis Club
Pueblo Central HS Key Club
Pueblo West HS Key Club
Pueblo East HS Key Club
Pueblo South HS Key Club

University of Northern Colorado & Aims

Nearby K-Family Clubs:
Kiwanis Club of Greeley
Northridge HS Key Club
Greeley Central HS Key Club

Colorado School of Mines

Nearby K-Family Clubs:
Golden Kiwanis
Blue Spruce Kiwanis
Blue Spruce Aktion Club
Golden High School Key Club
CU Boulder CKI

University of Colorado: Boulder

Nearby K-Family Clubs:
Foothills Boulder Kiwanis
Golden Nuggets Kiwanis
Colorado School of Mines CKI

University of Wyoming

Nearby K-Family Clubs:
Laramie Kiwanis
Cheyenne Kiwains
Laramie County Aktion Club
Laramie High School Key Club

Western Wyoming Community College

Nearby K-Family Clubs:
Kiwanis Club of Rock Springs
Rock Springs HS Key Club

2020-2021 District Board

Molly Cordsen
Ellie Martinez
Sam Stoltz
Xitlaly Chavarria
Lieutenant Governor
Nik Kadirisani
Lieutenant Governor
Alistair Mayfield
Lieutenant Governor
Abigail Elliott
Service Chair
Nicole Walsh
Technology Chair
Marcus Garcia
Strategic Expansion Chair
James Martin
District Administrator
Maria Landron
International Trustee
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Tiers of Donation

Basic: Pikes Peak

$100+: Longs Peak

$250+: Mount Evans

$500+: Mount Elbert

SOAR —or ServiceOpportunity, and Achievement in the Rockies— is a program for Kiwanis clubs to assist Circle K financially. Donations to SOAR, a program designed exclusively by the Rocky Mountain District, contribute to improving clubs in the district.

Donations help support the district by providing:​

  • Support for New CKI Clubs. Our district has several new CKI clubs on the burner. We want to be able to provide better support and resources to Kiwanis Clubs and new CKI members looking to start clubs.

  • Scholarships for college students to attend district and international conventions and conferences to expand their skill sets and bring ideas back to their CKI club

  • Travel Grants for CKI members to attend and visit district and club events.

  • Loans and Grants for CKI clubs to put on service projects and fundraisers in their communities.

  • Development of New Initiatives by funding CKI members to attend district board meetings. Our organization is 100% student-led!

Donation Methods


Pay by check made out to "Rocky Mountain District CKI" at Rocky Mountain District Kiwanis Circle K, 4058 S. Atchinson Way- #304, Aurora, CO 80014


A Special Thanks to Our Supporters!

Mount Elbert Tier: ($500+)

Foothills Foundation

Mount Evans Tier: ($250-$499)

Applewood Kiwanis, Golden

Aurora Kiwanis

Fort Collins Eyeopeners

Greeley Kiwanis

Longs Peak Tier: ($100-$249)

Columbine Kiwanis
James Martin

Longmont Foundation 

South Denver Kiwanis

South Fork Kiwanis

Pikes Peak: ($1-$99)

Governor's Project


Oxfam is a global organization working to end the injustice of poverty. They help people build better futures for themselves, hold the powerful accountable, and save lives in disasters.

The Rocky Mountain District set a goal to raise $1,500 by April 1, 2021. Help us reach this goal here.

Nicole Walsh

Technology Chair