Our ability to offer desserts and ice cream over the years is entirely dependent on the community support that we have received. We recognize the importance on giving back to the communities that have kept us dreaming and working hard. We are forever grateful.

In 2017 & 2018, Noble Folk & Moustache Baked Goods were recognized as some two of the top LGBTQ+ owned businesses in the Bay Area. We take pride in what makes us different and we strive to make sure our values is are reflected in everything we do.

Our non profit work is a direct reflection of the values that we hold dear, and that were instilled in us through our families and the communities we were raised in.

In 2015, Christian Sullberg became Board President of Positive Images, a 501(c)3 that provides mental health support to LGBTQ+ youth from 12-24 years of age.

In 2015, Ozzy Jimenez became an alumnus of the Stanford Latinx Entrepreneurship Initiative, whose goal is to reduce the disparities that Latinx entrepreneurs face.

in 2016, Ozzy Jimenez joined the board of Healdsburg Forever, a community endowment and an affiliate of The Community Foundation of Sonoma County. Healdsburg Forever provides grants to nonprofit organizations in the Healdsburg & Geyserville area.

Christian Sullberg & Ozzy Jimenez are long time natives of Sonoma County.