Why we care about Good Folk and Good Deeds

Here at Soda Folk, we’re big fans of championing Good Folk who do Good Deeds. This is because back in the day, our founder was helped by many wonderful people who turned a passion project into a reality. Being true and honest to our roots, we continue to celebrate Good Folk in everything we do and shine a light on the Good Deeds they achieve.

So what does Good Folk and Good Deeds mean to us? Well, we’ll tell you.

Firstly, we’re not here to judge or decide what makes someone or something good (except for our soda, but, you know, we’re biased). Instead, we want to be guided by our community to uncover Good Folk doing Good Deeds, share their work with the world and inspire even more people to do the same.

So, our Good Folk all emerge from our communities. Whether that’s Mike, an extraordinary guy helping people with disabilities to realise their dream of flying a plane, or Shannon, feeding those in need with scrumptiously good food. Our Good Folk all share one thing in common, a desire to do more for their community.

The Good Deeds they perform can be grand or simple, it’s not about the glitz and glamour. Just so long as they are helping others or bringing just a little bit more joy to the people they work with. Sometimes the smallest Good Deed can have the biggest impact, and we think that deserves a pat on the back and a bit of fuss being made.

It’s why our Good Folk are front and centre of our Good Soda. You can find them on our cans. We know you’ll love what’s inside and keep coming back for more, so why not make what’s on the outside as good as well? Our Good Folk are as much a part of Soda Folk’s DNA as the fizzy goodness we make each day.

Finally, we’re always on the lookout for more Good Folk doing Good Deeds. So if you have someone you’d like to celebrate, drop us a line and we’ll see if we can make them feel a little bit special.

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