The Service component consists of:
  • International Project of financial and programmatic assistance to developing nations
  • National Project in support of Sickle Cell Anemia research at Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Tennessee
  • Children's and Adults' Benefits encompasses a variety of projects that bring pleasure and enlightenment to children and adults
  • Senior Citizens Projects are those activities which enhance the lives of individuals who have research their golden years
  • African-American History seeks to develop, foster and expand the knowledge of the contributions of African-Americans to American history¬†and world culture
  • Health, Nutrition, and Hypertension provides a vehicle through which children, youth, and adults learn preventative health measures and viable strategies for addressing a wide variety of health issues that confront society.
  • The Commission on Civil Rights, Education, and Legislative Affairs focuses on concerns involving the civil rights of children, youth, educators, and adults.¬† It is responsible for keeping abreast of and informing the community about local, state, and national legislation that affect education