Established in 1967, Glace Bay Citizens Service League is a volunteer based non-profit, charitable organization which offers programs that improve the quality of life of the community of Glace Bay, Nova Scotia, and surrounding areas, in response to needs identified by residents.
The League is administered by a volunteer Board of Directors, with active Board committees that meet regularly.
The staff and volunteers facilitate a variety of programs and services for the community, all of which are designed to make Glace Bay a better place to live. With a core staff of five full-time, part-time and seasonal employees, Citizens Service League also hosts people on work placements, internships and staff working on specific grants. The approximately 250 volunteers who work with the programs of the League are an essential component of many of the programs and services offered.
Citizens Service League operates programs in two locations: Town House in downtown Glace Bay (main office) and Passchendaele House on Dominion Street in Glace Bay.