Volunteer Task Force has merged with Community First International and Care Options to create a bigger, stronger, WA-based care organisation. Together we are Chorus, a fresh approach to community service.

Visit chorus.org.au for more information on how we are different.stronger.together

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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.

Our Volunteers

Every day volunteers give back to communities.

“Volunteering has given me confidence in myself. I enjoy the company and helping people out,” says Paul, a VTF volunteer gardener.

Read more volunteer stories from our three merged organisations Volunteer Task Force, Community First and Care Options in our National Volunteer Week book: Time to Make a Difference.

The Celebrating Volunteers Video below showcases the fabulous job all our volunteers do every day.

Hear what they love about volunteering and the huge difference they make to our three merged organisations’ and clients’ lives.

2016 Volunteer Contributions

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Student Volunteers

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Making a Difference

Merger News

One of the founding directors of the successful merger between Community First, Care Options and Volunteer Task Force, Andrea Hall, has left the organisation to pursue a range of new opportunities. “The new Board presiding over the three-way merger is very strong, as is the new CEO, so I feel I’m leaving the organisation at a good time,” says Ms Hall, a former partner of KPMG’s Risk Advisory Services division. Board Chair Dr Moira Watson says, “already our new organisation is thriving and Andrea can take great pride in knowing that her involvement has been invaluable; we wish her all the very best for the future.” Read the full media release.

The leadership of Chairs  Dr Moira Watson, Ms Andrea Hall and Ms Barbara Powell was celebrated on International Women’s Day on 8 March. Our merging community care organisations acknowledged the leadership of women and celebrated these three women who have driven the merger with momentum to create a strong WA-based organisation. Read more about the three women chairs behind the merger.

Group CEO Dan Minchin 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 Group CEO Dan Minchin Appointment Media Release.

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  • Main Office43 Planet Street
    Carlisle WA 6101
    Tel: 9318 5700Wanneroo
    9 Leach Road
    Wanneroo, WA 6065Safety Bay
    14 Watts Road
    Shoalwater WA 6169North Perth
    194 Loftus Street
    North Perth WA 6006Midland
    11 Byers Road,
    Midland WA 6056

  • 08 9318 5700
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