UT Health Science Center San Antonio (UTHSCSA) and Agarita Chamber of Commerce came together this week to help raise funds for the UTHSCSA refugee clinic. The ensemble collaborates with local artists to bring awareness to various entities within the San Anto community. The collaboration, titled, “Postcards from the Border” is a compilation of photos taken on the Texas-Mexico border by photographer Joel Salcido with postcards written by Oscar Casares. The beautiful compilation tells a story about people living on the border, their struggles, laughs, joy, work, and vida. The story is performed with beautiful photos with music performed by Agarita members Daniel Anastasio (piano), Marisa Bushman (viola), Ignacio Gallego (cello), and Sarah Silver Manzke (violin) and narrated by writer Oscar Casares. This beautiful story was told to help raise money for the clinica. UTHSCSA has a refugee clinic that provides free medical, dental and psychiatric care to refugees in the community once a week. Want to give back? San anto, your help is needed and you can give back by texting ETHICS to 91999. The full production can also be seen at agarita.org/media. This is the season of giving and if you are able to give, this is a great way to help those in our communidad.