Ramadan may mean piety and good deeds for Muslims at large, but non-Muslims aren’t far behind when it comes to observing the spirit of the holy month.
Dubai resident Anita Bhatia contributing to the Ramadan Sharing Fridge. (Supplied)
What motivates them?
Swathi Santhosh (centre) with her Ramadan Sharing Fridges team in Dubai. The team distributed over 450 food packets to the workers everyday and plans to distribute 1000 phone calling cards to nearby labour camps for Eid. (Supplied)
A rewarding experience
A grade 11 Indian student, Ajay, celebrating his birthday distributing Iftar 'goodie bags' for workers in Dubai. (Supplied)
Kicking bad habits
87-year-old Krishna Bhatia from Singapore volunteering for Ramadan Sharing Fridges, Dubai. (Supplied)
Embracing local culture
Abu Dhabi based-entrepreneur, Gina Dillon with her FreeCycle team. (Supplied)
Spirit of giving
10-year-old Bhuvan Kaushal of Dubai prepares Roohafza for construction workers daily during Ramadan. (Supplied)