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Our Community

Our Community


As a family owned business we understand the importance of connection and community (and we love giving back to the community that supports us). We’re Australian made and Australian owned and proud to support other Australians doing great things within their chosen careers or within our local community.

The Letizza Bakery team are proud supporters of:

Jordan Holmes, Soccer Player

Jordan is a young member of our local community and a great advocate of Letizza Bakery. We’ve been supporting him since 2015.

His career started in 2012 as a U15’s goalkeeper playing in the New South Wales Premier League and representing the NSW Institute of Sport at national level. In 2013 he was signed by English Premier League Club AFC Bournemouth and was recently appointed as captain of AFCB’s U21’s team. Jordan played for Australia U20’s Socceroos and is a member of the current Australian U23 Olyroos squad.

The team at Letizza Bakery is very proud of the support we offer Jordan with his career; he is a great inspirational young Aussie.

Cronulla Surf Club

Cronulla Surf Life Saving Club was formed in 1907 and has a rich history in both lifesaving and competition. Letizza Bakery proudly supports every event the club holds in Cronulla. The club patrols Cronulla Beach between September and April and over the course of each season they provide over 13,000 of volunteer hours, perform over 100 rescues, provide over 200 first aid cases, undertake over 1000 preventative actions. Lifesaving is the club’s core responsibility and it is with great pride and satisfaction that they can say that there have been ``no lives lost`` whilst their members have been on patrol. Learn more about the Cronulla Surf Club at www.cronullasurfclub.com

James Grierson

From Forbes in NSW James is a relatively late starter in the professional golf ranks turning professional in April 2019 at age 26.

He was always keen on sport particular rugby union where he starred at fly half for his school and represented Country NSW.

In 2012 he moved to Sydney to join the Australian College of Elite Golf based at Bonnie Doon Golf Club. Coached by Shane Puckett he improved quickly and became a member of the Bonnie Doon Metropolitan Pennants team. In 2014 he was undefeated in the competition and in 2016 Bonnie Doon won the Flag.

James joined the NSW High Performance Squad in 2017 and captained the State Team in 2018. He is well regarded by Golf Australia and members of the State team.

As an elite amateur he gained experience playing in top amateur events in the UK and the United States. Wining the PNGA amateur in 2016 in Washington State.

Since turning Pro in 2019 James has played on the PGA Tour China and PGA Australian tours. James is aiming to get back overseas on one of the main tours as soon as the boarder open back up to further his career.

The team at Letizza Bakery is very proud to support James and his golfing career.

Burraneer Seniors

Welcome to Burraneer Seniors Rugby, founded in 1996, they have built a reputation as one of Subbies’ most hospitable and welcoming family clubs.

Their traditional “third half” is a great chance to demonstrate our respect for our opposition, the officials and fans of both sides.

This is where they put on a feed, share some drinks and no matter the outcome of the match, to help keep rugby’s greatest core value alive: respect.

They also strive for success both on and off the field! Join in the after match festivities or one of our functions and we are sure you will want to join the Burrahood.

The team at Letizza Bakery is very proud to support Burraneer Seniors Rugby.

To learn more about the club visit www.facebook.com/Burraseniors/

Ethan Middleton, Squash Player

Ethan started playing some squash at Dgen, at the age of 7, off and on as kids do.

He played in a few novice events but it was not until late 2021 when he played in the NSW U/13 championships, coming third, that he decided to take his squash a bit more seriously.

Ethan then played in the Dgen in house summer comp and then during the Autumn Pennant competition filled in six times, winning all his matches.

Ethan then expressed the wish to be put in a Pennant team for the Spring competition.

He played in Division three of the men’s competition going through the competition undefeated and being a part of the winning team.

Events Ethan has participated in:
2018 Port Macquarie Squash Junior Open Novice Winner
Participated in the 2019 WAST; _ world airline squash tournament, the youngest player to ever represent Qanta team
2019 Australian Junior Open Novice – Winner, this was a combined u/11 and u/13-year age group
Dgen Squash tournament 2020 Division 8 winner;
2021 JETSS Stellar teams challenge 2, Division 1 winner;
2021 NSW Junior championship, u/13 age group, 3rd place.
2022 Australian Junior Championships – placed 6th in under 15’s
CHS NSW State Team 2022 – Number 4 in the team
Won B grade men’s at the Australian Open 2022
Winning Pennant team Division 3 Sydeny Spring Pennant 2022

Ethan next year will move up to Division 2 for the Sydney pennant and is progressing to improving his state and National ranking in the U/ 15-year age group.

The team at Letizza Bakery is very proud to support Ethan and his squash career.

Presbyterian Ladies' College, Sydney

Every year we have some wonderful students who are studying food tech at Presbyterian Ladies’ College come visit and tour our factory!

We touch on everything from quality control to HACCP protocols, manufacturing processes and machinery. To add an appetising touch, the students are even treated to the experience of tasting Letizza’s freshly baked pizza bases straight off the production line.

We are so grateful to be able to give back, support our local community and students who want to join the food manufacturing world.

Ben Metcalfe, Cyclist

Ben Metcalfe is an aspiring road cyclist residing in Gymea Bay. He has been racing his bicycles (mountain and road) since 2007 as a youngster, racing at the state and national level throughout his career. Most notably representing Australia at the 2017 World Mountain Bike World championships in the u19 age group and securing a silver medal at the Road race nationals in the following year.

His dedication and persistence has seen him rise through the ranks and now he is a part of the Bridgelane Cycling team, Australias #1 ranked team. This year he will travel to Asia and Europe to race against the best in world in the hopes of securing a professional contract for himself.