When high school senior Denis Estimon noticed a problem at his school, he decided to start a club.
"It’s not a good feeling, like you’re by yourself," Estimon says, noting the number of students who sit alone at lunch. "And that’s something that I don’t want anybody to go through."
His club, We Dine Together, makes sure no one in his school feels alone.
And it's taking off.
One student even quit the football team to dedicate more time to the club. "I don't mind not getting a football scholarship. This is what I really want to do."
Another club member says, "Meeting someone who actually cares and listens to what you have to say really makes a difference. And that can happen at lunch."