Back in autumn 2016, when we started the housing program for vulnerable families living in filthy overcrowded camps, Swisscross agreed to support and finance a community space, the TAMAM center was born. In July 2017, Three Peas took over and with Georgia, we found the most amazing manager – thank you Georgia for believing in the project and in the work of THREE PEAS.

Since April 2018 Be A Robin and IsraAid stepped in and together we moved the center to a bigger place to meet the needs of the ever growing population of displaced people.

While Three Peas are still supporting the Community Center Sindos financially and with Georgia’s womanpower, Be a Robin and IsraAid are on site to make sure everything is running smoothly. They are doing a fantastic job!


Imagine finding yourself in a foreign place. You can’t read or speak the language, you miss home, your neighbourhood, your friends…

This is what I would wish for:

I would wish for a place where I can go to talk to someone, to meet people who understand what I am going through – as they are in the same situation, a place where there are people with a welcoming heart, who can be patient and explain to me what I need to do next. A place where my children and I can go every day and take language lessons and other activities so our waiting time -our lives- are not wasted.


It is now a vibrant and bustling place, where people of every age and gender can meet up and take lessons, get advice and socialise. All this would not be possible without our supporters, thank you to help making a difference.

Please follow our Sindos Community Center to see what’s going on in our community.

There are many ways to help, come along and be a PEA, come to one of our events, support our work by donating – every little helps