We have setup a DHCP server in our network. VLAN A and VLAN B are connected to our 3560 switch. The DHCP server is on VLAN A and the clients attempting to pull an IP are on VLAN B. Within VLAN B I have input the ip helper-address command with the IP address of the DHCP server. I am unable to pull a valid IP within VLAN B. Is there something that I need to do to tell my 3560 switch to relay the IP to the client? I am trying to determine whether my server is having a problem or the switch.
Thanks for posting the partial config information. It does confirm that routing is enabled on the 3560 and the VLAN interfaces look ok, and the helper address looks ok. So it does not look like a configuration issue at this point.
So I would wonder about the other suggestions in my previous response: does the DHCP server have a correct scope for 22.214.171.124? And can a PC with hard coded address info ping the DHCP server?
 I now see your response that you can ping the server. That is helpful to know. At this point I would believe that there is some issue on the DHCP server. Can you provide any information about how the DHCP server is configured?