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This Year's Goal $410,000

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SECC stories


Share your story for the 2016 SECC campaign.

Do you know a faculty or staff member who volunteers for a statewide or local non profit participating in SECC? Have you directly benefitted? See list of charities participating in SECC.

If you would like to share your story through a short article or video, please send an email to or call 210-567-3079.

2014 spotlights


Food truck

Visitor lot 6 was alive with the aromas of good food and the sounds of good times Sept. 3 as the HSC launched the annual State Employee Charitable Campaign. See photos »

UT Health Science Center researchers receive funding from the American Heart Association, an SECC agency, to propel discovery. Read more »

Yolanda Medellin

SECC agencies helped save my family. A tragic car accident changed our lives forever. read Read our story »

SECC Food Trucks at the MARC

UT Medicine 2014 SECC Fundraiser Food Trucks and Dunk Tank at the MARC See the pictures »

Previous year's spotlights


Food truck

Thanks to you, last year's SECC Food Truck Fundraiser on Sept. 2, 2013 raised $1,748.23! This is more than twice what was raised at the Food Truck Fundraiser in 2012. Read more»

Dave Baker and Little Brother

David Baker has mentored Jon for four years. They ask your SECC support for Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Texas. Read more»

Mary Jackson tells how your gift to the Cancer Center Council helps our patients through the CTRC Patient Assistance Fund.


In 2012, 40 percent of UT Health Science Center faculty and staff raised $430,704. This is the largest amount ever raised and the largest percentage of employees who have given to the campaign. Thanks for making lives better through the SECC!

Thanks for your help in raising $857 for the State Employee Charitable Campaign through the Food Truck Fundraiser!

Richard Usatine, M.D., teaches medical students about compassionate care for the underserved at Alpha Home.


Linda Gonzales supports Arc of San Antonio

Linda Gonzales says the Arc of San Antonio has been a big help to her family and disabled daughter, Torie. Read more»

Rhonda Falcon enjoys volunteering at the San Antonio Humane Society.

Paulina Mazurek loves getting together with her “little,” Carleigh, through Big Brothers Big Sisters.

SECC Archives

Read stories from previous years: 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007