About The Opportunity

Small contributions to our communities can make a big difference. 

So we’ve partnered up with Soda Folk, a company who – like us – believe that passionate people doing good deeds have the power to change the world. 

To champion and support the powerful things happening in local communities, Soda Folk is making monthly donations – through their Good Deeds charity, – to local community heroes. 

And since the Semble network is made up of literally thousands of unsung heroes, we’ve come together to reward and celebrate the great things you guys are doing.

Support available

We’ll be working together to celebrate Semble community heroes, promote what you’re doing and give you the chance to win a donation from their Good Deeds charity. 

Each month:

  • Soda Folk are giving away £200 to one nominated person or project 
  • Soda Folk and Semble will be promoting winning projects on social media to help support their brilliant work 
  • All nominees will receive a personal letter of thanks and a free 16 pack of Soda in the post to say thank you for their awesome community contributions
  • One person or project will be celebrated and promoted via the Soda Folk Good Folk Hall of Fame 

How to make a nomination

You can nominate an unsung hero you know, or nominate your own community project. 

If you know someone who’s getting stuck in with their community or working to make the world a better place, why not show them some appreciation… because we all need some thanks and praise sometimes! It helps to keep us keep on keepin’ on. 

Or… nominate your own community project for the chance to get some free promotion and a £200 donation for your project. Because we know you’re working hard and every little helps when it comes to grassroots community action. 

We know you’re busy folk so we’ve made the nomination process super quick and easy. All you need to do is tell us a little more about who you’re nominating – it’ll take you 10 minutes tops.

Nominate here


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