Ally's House has processed over
1,000 financial assistance
applications for the families of
Oklahoma kids with cancer.
Ally's House hosts Camp Live-a-Dream each summer to offer patients and survivors ages 9-17 a fun and safe camp experience together.
Ally's House is named for Allison "Ally" Webb, who died in 2003. She loved being home at "Ally's House" where it was safe and supportive.
Ally’s House provides support to Oklahoma children with cancer and their families – primarily in the area of financial assistance. We have been fulfilling this mission for 10 years, processing nearly 1,000 applications for families during their cancer journey.
We are committed to helping families’ physical needs when possible. In addition to renovated rooms at OU Medical Center Children’s Hospital, we sponsor Camp Live-A-Dream as well as holiday toy drives and other efforts that enhance these amazing kids’ quality of life.