Since 2008, the members of the Medical Students Making Impacts (MSMI) student group at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai have organized an annual public service trip to Nogales, a rural community on the border between Arizona and Mexico. This year's students will be traveling to Nogales to provide screening, education and referrals to our healthcare partners in the community. We will conduct two health fairs that offer a variety of free health screenings for members of the community and then put them in touch with local healthcare providers. During these fairs, we will educate attendees about preventing and managing diabetes and hypertension, and we will educate elderly health fair attendees on fall prevention. We will also meet with local physicians, community health workers, community advocates, and border patrol to learn more about the complex social and economic issues that contribute to health outcomes in this population. As a result of our continued presence in Nogales, MSMI has been able to form ongoing relationships with healthcare providers and volunteer organizations in Arizona. Past students have said that their involvement in MSMI was one of the most rewarding experiences of their preclinical years in medical school. Thank you for considering making a donation to support our trip, and please feel free to reach out with any questions about our initiative.