Welcome to
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.

Volunteer Task Force Inc. has recently announced that we will be merging with Community First International and Care Options Inc. to create a bigger, stronger, WA-based care organisation. Our new organisation will deliver care and services to over 10,000 clients across metropolitan and regional WA with a 400-strong workforce and over 600 volunteers.

Merger News


Wednesday 8 March is International Women’s Day, when women’s social, economic, cultural and political achievements are celebrated to help drive positive change for women. This year our merging community care organisations acknowledge the leadership of women and celebrate three women who have driven the merger with momentum to create a strong WA-based organisation. The leadership of chairs Dr Moira Watson, Ms Andrea Hall and Ms Barbara Powell is testament to the achievements of women on International Women’s Day. Read more about the three women chairs behind the merger.

Group CEO Dan Minchin recently met with 100 aged care consumers and leaders in Sydney to consider the Government’s next steps in the reform of Australia’s aged care sector. Read the full News Article and comment by Group CEO Dan Minchin.

A new CEO is appointed to lead three of Perth’s not-for-profit community care providers. Read the Group CEO Dan Minchin Appointment Media Release.

Meet our Group CEO Dan Minchin:

Listen to the VTF Summer News:


Read the VTF Summer News


Landscape Industries Associaton Awards WA Winner Logo

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.