With 80 percent of its population being expatriates, Dubai is a city that has recently been fostering opportunities for NGOs and nationwide initiatives to thrive. There is no better time than Ramadan to further allow for residents to help feed and empower others living side by side in the same city.
This holy month, a group of expats have come together to form "Ramadan Fridge Sharing," an initiative that started with one mere fridge set up outside the house, regularly filled with food and beverages for the low-income blue collar community to benefit from.
There is no price tag on the supply (free!), and the fridge concept has erupted all over the city. There are now about 40 fridges all around the city.
The easiest way to contribute is to join the organization's Facebook page, and inform the group what you can provide, which fridge, and when you'll be supplying.