It’s easy in this day and age, with the world at our fingertips, to encounter people trying to achieve the same as us. This can be perceived as a good or bad thing, depending on how you look on it. But when it comes to trying to raise awareness, create equality, campaign for rights, and simply put a smile on people’s faces, surely that’s not bad?
The Tree House is a safe haven for anyone who wants to join. It is an environment which encourages its members or followers to think about topics from the serious to the bizarre, and where sitting on the fence can get quite tiresome. All points of view on any topic are respected and discussed in our safe Tree House – and we don’t censor anything from any other organisation that may be perceived to some as a ‘threat’. Especially not if they’re in it with us.
But what happens if our branches are seen as threatening? Well, we don’t and never have intended our branches to be a threat to anyone else – rather, they’re spreading out to radiate warmth to the people who may need it – and its warmth certainly came at a time I needed it most. The Tree House is there to campaign for all of the things above, to make people laugh, and above all, to let them be themselves.
I know since I joined not long ago, I’ve grown so much as a person. I’m learning new skills, feeling more confident, and have made some lifelong friends. Come and join us, and you’ll see for yourself what we can achieve together.