Peachy is a bi-monthly coffee-table-book-meets-magazine type zine. Featuring unique artists, designers, photographers, creative writers and more, we offer a curated flow of fresh imagery for easy viewing.
Feel connected to yourself again with the soul food we're dishing up.
In a world full of headlines, opinions, politics and 'reality stars', take a break and flip through a volume of Peachy. Be reminded that there's good in the world. Enjoy enriching colours, textures and designs. Find affordable fashion in all of our editorials. You won't find a single item featured valued over $250. We promise.
It's the underlying reason that trumps all others as to why we started this zine in the first place. Underneath all the textured, layered pages of each volume of Peachy, is a good cause being helped out. This is made entirely possible by our readers.
Peachy Zine is a bimonthly print magazine, with each volume sold contributing funds to a different charity or organisation. Simple as that. The more volumes sold, the more we can help.
We provide 25% of all sales to our current charity or organisation. Read below about the current organisation we're working with.
Rough Threads facilitates positive, long term social change through their work of supporting those experiencing entrenched social exclusion and disadvantage. Literacy help, clothing & hair cuts, health & wellness advice are just some of the goods and services they provide to those within the community who are in need of assistance.
From humble beginnings our events now offer visitors an array of goods and services and as such, have become enablers of long-lasting positive social change. Over the past five years with the help of our 250 (and counting) volunteer base, we have helped thousands of disadvantaged people across Sydney and are now spreading our services across NSW.
We powerfully enact this change by hosting community events for those struggling with disadvantage. By offering free goods and services and a forum for people to express their own personality, our events create a positive focal point, encourage social interaction and break down feelings of isolation. In short, we create social connectedness.
Read more about how Rough Threads benefits the community, learn how you can contribute goods, or apply to volunteer, all on their website http://roughthreads.org/