Since starting their business, the D’Orsogna family have involved themselves in many not-for-profit pursuits, sponsoring many cultural and community activities.

Tom and John D’Orsogna established the D’Orsogna Cup in 1960, a soccer competition that had helped launch and promote soccer in Western Australia when Australian Rules was the dominant football code.

It remained the WA’s premier soccer competition for more than 30 years. John D’Orsogna also developed the Italian Choir in Perth and later became a patron of the WA Opera Company.

As the business has prospered over the years, we continue to contribute and support not-for-profit and community initiatives by donating our products and providing funds to help support various community programs.

As a food business, we care about people connections, delighting and contributing to communities with safe and nutritious products.

Food Bank donations

It’s generally an unknown social problem that there is a hunger issue in Australia. Each year two million people rely on food relief, around half of them are children.
That’s one in every ten Australians in need. D’Orsogna shares the belief that hope is what Australia needs more of right now.

As long-term supporters of Foodbank, we help to get food to the millions of Australians going hungry right now, by ensuring quality hams, bacon and
continental products that are close to code avoid landfill and are distributed to people in need throughout Australia.