Heart After Dark
February 22 | Mandarin Oriental Hotel
Heart After Dark is the after party following the annual DC Heart Ball gala. This black-tie event featured a cocktail reception followed by a live band, dancing, dessert, and drinks with attendees of the Heart Ball. The evening also included savory bite-sized snacks – a crowd favorite!
Zengo Logan Circle
PULSE Co-President Channing Muller hosted a Zengo ride to celebrate 5 healthy years since her second heart attack in 2012. The cycling event raised over $700 for the AHA!.
Barre & Vino
June 8 | Pulse Inferno & Stone Tower Winery
PULSE members and friends experienced an early morning intense barre workout hosted by Pulse Inferno then flowed into a beautiful June afternoon at Stone Tower Winery to enjoy a group wine tasting. This event raised over $500 for the AHA!
March 30 | Urban Boxing DC
Urban Boxing’s experienced trainers guided PULSE members through a 60-minute workout focusing on conditioning, strength training, and basic boxing techniques, including high-intensity cardiovascular exercises. Cardiovascular workouts are necessary for optimal heart health which is why PULSE DC works with local studios to host several mission events each year. The class raised $100 for the AHA!
July 16 | Dacha Beer Garden
Dacha Beer Garden located in the beautiful Shaw neighborhood of DC hosted PULSE members and friends to an evening happy hour supporting the American Heart Association. This happy hour raised $500 toward the mission of the AHA!
Lawyers Have Heart 10K/5K
Lawyers Have Heart is Washington’s largest 10K race. Founded in 1991 as a way for the Washington legal community to unite annually in support of the American Heart Association, our PULSE team raised over $350 for the cause, and celebrated with brunch and a fun post-race party at the Harbour.
Nat’s Night Out
May 17 | Nationals Park
PULSE cheered on the home team vs the Chicago Cubs.
Kicking off with a “heart healthy” potluck tailgate outside the stadium, a percentage of each ticket sold to the group was donated back to the American Heart Association.