Volunteers for the Operation Home Again Community are dwindling. It's a community for victims of the November 6, 2005 tornado. They starting building homes a few weeks ago, but it's a lengthy process. Progress is being made. They won't say they're desperate for volunteers, but the help is critical. Most people don't have to paint their neighbors house to get a home of their own except Samoa and Matt Hempfling and their neighbors "It's surreal actually," says Samoa. The Hempfling's lost their home in Hurricane Katrina and are getting a home in the Operation Home Again community. The Hemfling's home is one of 12 foundations ready for walls and roof, but that's less than half the total homes they will build in the next six months. Getting that done depends on volunteers. The goal is building 27 homes by christmas. "We need volunteers from the community to build the home physically," says Sally Gries with Habitat for Humanity. Some homes have groups working on them. The Hemfling home relys on individuals. "The local community is completely essential in even getting the walls up," says Samoa. Though there are many helping more are needed. "We'll take individuals who want to spend a day or a half day or whatever they can do. We're also looking for groups," says Gries. The Hemfling's home is part of a two week blitz starting tomorrow. "It's going to be a lucky house we've decided 7-7-07." But not without the community's help. If you want to volunteer at any point contact Habitat for Humanity. They also need food. It can get very hot out here so Habitat is also asking for help from anyone who can donate water to keep the volunteers hydrated while they work. To help, Click Here .