We believe that good stories can change society. At Froh! Magazine we seek out the playgrounds of everyday life and tell stories about people who shape their environments:
A teacher who lends his car to strangers and gets a surprise; a man who sits on a mailbox all day and almost triggers an uprising; a desert town in Utah that has its water turned off by the NSA; two people who go on the final journey of their lives, and a designer living in a favela who has to start over again every day – and yet still makes progress.
Froh! was launched in 2008, and is still independent, non-profit, and advert-free.
“Froh! lives up to its name, because to give yourself over to this type of literary journalism makes you glad to be alive.”