The numerous problems plaguing our community such as poverty, drug and alcohol abuse, domestic violence, moral degeneration, crime, etc are issues that need serious intervention. The Sabha and its affiliates address these issues on various platforms and on the ground. However, in order to address the growing problems in the community and the increasing demands on the faith sector, the Sabha has elevated the services it offers. To this end, some of the more recent undertakings have been: opening of a crisis centre for domestic violence, and substance abuse, roll out employment creation initiatives through entrepreneurship and skills training, wellness initiatives at RK Khan Hospital, Priest accreditation programme with HWSETA, mediation, professional mentoring and coaching, feeding Schemes, distribution of food parcels, winter warmth, provision of water; educational support; care of the physically and mentally challenged, orphans and the elderly to name a few. These programmes all fall under 108 and are all run under the directorship of trained professionals in the respective fields. To do more of this and extend the services it offers, financial resources are essential to give the community the service it deserves.