Typically, it's a more mature crowd (with possible future health care needs on their minds) that steps up to the plate enthusiastically in support of medical causes. But St. Luke's Episcopal Health System has found a means of enticing a younger group of supporters to the philanthropic flock.
Since the formation less than a year ago of Professionals United to Lead St. Luke's Episcopal, or PULSE, membership continues to grow and the activities are ginning up.
Case in point was Tuesday night's CultureMap Mixer on the Map, which hosted a team of young professionals interested in joining the team, that group organized to support the hospital's various activities.
Lindley and Jason Arnoldy chair the organization that gathered at Katsuya to learn more about the benefits of PULSE membership.