In response to this, one of their family members is organising a fundraiser so their needs are met as they grow older.
Casie Smith said the death of her husband�s 33-year-old cousin, in a fatal car accident in Manjimup on May 28, has been hard.
�The kids also lost their nan, pop and their uncle all around the same time,� she said.
They have also lost their home and are split up among family members.
The 15-year-old and 13-year old are living with one of their aunts.
The 11-year-old and eight-year-old are with another aunt and the five-year-old is living with paternal grandparents.
�We are trying to raise money so they can buy things like school shoes and clothes,� Casie said.
�I would do anything for these kids.
�I was a foster kid myself; I know what it�s like and I don�t want that for them. I didn�t have everything, so I want to help them out.�
The children will be coming to Mandurah for the fundraiser.
They used to visit with their mum, so they have happy memories here.
It has not been a fun time for the children and the five-year-old especially has been having a hard time.
�I thought I really need to do this,� Casie said.
�This is about the five kids and making sure they have a good future.�
A Mother�s Love Family Fun Day is on July 5 from 9am to 4pm at Meadow Spring Sporting Facility on Oakmont Avenue.
There will be a DJ, sausage sizzle, a bouncy castle, photo booth, lolly bags, a petting zoo, a bouncy castle, pony rides and face painting.
The activities range from $2 and $5.