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Volunteer Task Force
Volunteer Task Force (VTF) has been serving the community since 1970. Our mission is to deliver services that support independence, enhance safety and amenity of people, and to build community through volunteering.
Our services are aimed at supporting those who have difficulty with everyday tasks due to frailty or disability. We take an enablement approach with a focus on providing services “with” a person and not “for” or “to” a person.
We work in partnership with people and their carers to increase independence and physical and social wellbeing.
Queen’s Birthday Long Weekend
VTF will be closed on Monday 26 September, 2016, for the Queen’s Birthday Holiday. When the office is closed VTF clients can contact the below after-hours numbers to access out-of-hours pre-booked return journeys or to cancel journeys:
9422 2228 For sedans in the metropolitan area
131 008 For multi-purpose (wheelchair) taxis
131 008 For Mandurah bookings
New bookings cannot be made through our after-hours numbers. Have a safe and enjoyable long weekend.
Join us at the
on Sunday, 23 October, 2016
Perth Nomads Golf club has been supporting VTF since 2013 and proceeds from previous golf days have co-funded two vehicles that have enabled us to deliver vital services to the people we assist in the Perth Metro community. Cost is $100 per player and tee off is at 8.30am at the Secret Harbour Golf Club, Secret Harbour Blvd, Secret Harbour WA 6173.
To register to play or if you would like to advertise, sponsor or donate a raffle prize, contact Perth Nomads Golf Club: Email: email@example.com or contact Vaughan Nothnagel, Captain, on 0400 933 527 or Ken Lloyd, Vice Captain on 0437 602 004
Thank you for your support.
We now have an Outdoor Maintenance service for clients with smaller courtyard style gardens. Find out more about VTF’s Outdoor Maintenance service.
Listen to the latest VTF news:
One of our volunteers tells his story in this Alzheimer’s Australia film, The Unspoken Impact of Dementia,
which aims to reduce the stigma that people with dementia often experience.