Volunteers From A FB Group Came Together To Spend Eid With 700 Laborers
Eid al Adha has come in full force and by now you’ve probably seen everyone’s IG stories and posts, with the outfits, endless array of food or staycations out of Dubai.
A few volunteers from a private Facebook group called ‘Kindness Exchange‘, however; celebrated a little differently this year.
In collaboration with UAE Relief Initiative, volunteers from the FB group spent this year’s Eid at a labour camp
The volunteers helped by sharing packaged foods to 700 laborers in Al Quoz
You can always count on Dubai’s community to really look out for each other and this is just one of the many examples we’ve seen this year – and especially since the start of the pandemic.
Volunteers Noora Al-Lahou, Kyara Ranaweera, Nathalia Toro-sachs, and Muhammed Yuseph shared their Eid Al Adha in the best way possible.
The Dubai community is truly unlike any other
How has your Eid been so far?
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But are they wrong?
In a consolidated list of the ‘World’s Greatest Places In 2021’, Time listed Dubai as one of the greatest cities in the world.
Obviously, to those of us who live in Dubai, we already know just how incredible, future-thinking and organised this city is – and then some but to received global recognition on this scale is still worthy of applause.