families & individuals
living in TEMI
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Up to a hundred people are living
and working at
Temi Community, including socially vulnerable children, adults and the

Learn more about their lives and how you can support them in developing a resilient and dynamic community.


Temi means ‘community’ in Kartuli, the Georgian language. On this farm in the eastern Kakheti region of Georgia, socially vulnerable people live an active, challenging, and most of all, happy life. Life at Temi is based on the belief that all human beings are equal, that everyone can contribute, and that each of us has the right to reach our full potential – which requires provision of care, love, education, and opportunities.

Temi first started as a grassroots organisation in 1989, and the community has grown steadily. Perched in the foothills of the stunning Caucasian mountains, Temi is a non-profit, registered charitable organisation, and acts in accordance with the Georgian code of civil law.

Your support can help Temi to achieve the self-sustainability needed to ensure its long-term survival, and the further development of its current facilities, which guarentee that children and adults of the community are offered the best chance in life. Please browse our site to find out more.