PAHOA, Hawaii - The Pahoa community is working together to build mini-homes for those who lost theirs to lava.

The National Guard is working through the mud and rain to build 20 mini homes.

Each house fits four people and is meant to serve as transitional housing.

The land was cleared last Thursday and donated by Sacred Heart Church and Hope Services. The time, manpower and material were all donated to make this project happen.

"They allowed us 14 acres. Eight acres we'll be using for now from here, all the way back, It's all donated. There's a love for the people, to give back, to serve, to minister, to comfort those in need of comfort," Bronson Haunga, Haunga General Contracting said. 

There will be two community bathrooms, showers and a community pavilion.

A blessing ceremony is slated for 7:30 a.m. Saturday. The first few families are expected to move in on June 15.