Through both monetary and participation contributions, our Club has helped many Colorado Springs area non-profits and college bound students.
We would love to have you join our efforts, share warm friendship and gain more knowledge about the needs and solutions for our community.
JOIN US - Thursdays 12 Noon to 1:30 PM at
MacKenzie's Chop House, 28 S. Tejon St., Colorado Springs, CO
The Pikes Peak Club (PPC) donates funds and/or provides volunteer services to approved nonprofit organizations that provide services to residents in the Pikes Peak region.
PPC would prefer to work on a collaborative basis with selected Organizations providing a mix of "money and manpower", but is willing to look at requests that require either.
The Pikes Peak Club is the best fraternal and social organization in Colorado Springs that no one knows about.
Chairman: Dick Wilhelm
President: Bob Lucia
Vice President: Jeff Gaddis
Treasurer: Mark Elliott
Secretary: Eric Scott
The Pikes Peak Club was chartered May 24, 1946 as Pikes Peak Sertoma Club at the Broadmoor Hotel. Over the past 73 years our members have been active in service to the Colorado Springs area community projects, having contributed over $200,000 to community improvements, scholarships, aid to needy and support of many area nonprofits. In addition to monetary contributions, members have contributed thousands of hours of volunteer service to community and nonprofits.
The Pikes Peak Club now embarks on a bright future, continuing our tradition of fraternity, Service and financial aid. We have many opportunities to serve our community, from delivering financial assistance to college bound youth to participating with local nonprofits such as Ronald McDonald house, Empty Stocking fund, Silver Key senior services, Kids Against Hunger, along with many opportunities that await your energy – Please Join Us! - There are opportunities for everyone interested in improving our community.
Members of the Pikes Peak Club volunteer at numerous events throughout the year. Notable recent such events include refurbishing the kitchen at the Ronald McDonald House, Marion House Soup Kitchen, State Games of Colorado, Pikes Peak Celtic Festival, Tri-Lakes Fine Arts Association, Kids Against Hunger and many others.
We’d be happy to have you join us!
PPC members engage in many social activities together, beyond their neighborhoods and the workplace.
Interested in learning more? Come as our guest for lunch!
Meeting every Thursday
12 Noon to 1:30 PM at MacKenzie's Chop House,
28 S. Tejon Street, Colorado Springs, CO
We love our members and welcome visitors, so feel free to visit during normal club meetings.
P.O. Box 673 Colorado Springs, CO 80901