DOTAHN -- The Dothan High School Students Against Destructive Decisions Club spends the days before home football games preparing for a crowd of hungry people.
With about 400 hotdogs and 200 hamburgers they feed the community for free.
SADD members said it feels good to know they are helping their community.
"Not everyone can eat a dinner. Most of our students only eat breakfast and lunch so this helps them out," SADD officer David Cronan said.
They are able to feed the community solely through donations. They also gave a great deal of credit to their adviser, Christopher Payne, for all of his hard work and preparation for the tailgate.
The Dothan High School SADD club has 325 students this year.