2023 Lawyers Have Heart 10K, 5K and Fun Walk
About the 2023 Lawyers Have Heart 10K, 5K & Fun Walk
The official Race Map is out! Check out our NEW Race Course at West Potomac Park!
Join us for the Move More Challenge! The challenge will be April 20th - May 19th.
Track your steps in the Heart Walk app for a chance to win prizes! Find out More.
PACKET PICK-UP HOSTED BY D.C. BAR HEADQUARTERS
901 4th Street NW | Washington, DC 20001
Tuesday, May 16th - 10am - 5pm
Wednesday, May 17th - 10am - 5pm
*Packet Pick-Up available on site race morning between 6:30am and 7:30am*
ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSES MONDAY, MAY 15th AT 11:59pm
TEAMS OF 10+ REGISTERED BEFORE MONDAY, MAY 8th WILL HAVE PRE-ASSEMBLED BIBS
List of Teams with 10 or More Members
This year we are going back to our roots! Join us where it all started on May 20, 2023 at West Potomac Park! Enjoy family friendly activities and our NEW scenic route while we raise funds for the American Heart Association.
We're all tied to heart disease and stroke in some way, and we must change that. By registering for the Lawyers Have Heart 10K, 5K & Fun Walk today, you are taking the first step to save lives.
Every runner who joins, every dollar donated means more research, more people trained in lifesaving CPR, more medical breakthroughs and more champions for equitable health. So join your friends, family and co-workers and be a relentless force for a world of longer, healthier lives.
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Make more moments possible.
Life’s made up of special moments – and every day is an opportunity to make more. We run to raise funds for science that helps us live longer, be healthier and make more moments possible.
With every stride and step you take, you’ll help cure heart disease and stroke. You’ll help millions of people celebrate more birthdays, fulfill more dreams and share more hugs.
This is not just another finish line. It’s a movement for the health and well-being of us all. We hope you'll be part of it.
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