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The AUsome Allen Foundation is for Special Needs of all ages and abilities. 

Our Mission

The AUsome Allen Foundations goal is to help special needs heroes of ALL ages and ALL abilities feel included and loved while providing them with knowledge and comfort to give them the fullest life possible. We host events throughout the year for and with special needs to raise money to make dreams come true for them.  We start by sending them to summer camp for experiences and memories they will never forget, then with lots of prayers, hard work and determination we are building a playground that gives these heroes a place to hang out, to one day providing them with their forever home and community at our future Ausome Allen Ranch. A home and community that is fit and built just for them. The Ausome Allen foundation wants to educate our community about ways to include special needs and making them feel as loved as God intended them to.


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About Ausome Allen

Throughout the year the Ausome Allen foundation hosts various events to help support individuals with special needs and abilities. Our foundation gives special needs individuals a chance to be a part of a team bigger than their diagnosis and be stronger than their challenges. We want them to know that they are not alone and are covered with love and support within their AUsome Allen family. It is our hope that those individual, affectionately referred to as hero’s, participate in our events.

Our foundation’s motto is ability not disability. Our purpose is to raise money to help our heroes and their families live full and happy lives. We take great pride in our growing ability to supply networking, resources, and support for heroes of all ages, abilities and their families. With the help from a variety of doctors we hope to provide emotional and physical support while creating lifelong friendships and trust. 

We believe a big part of a successful and fun filled life is physical, emotional, and mental health. This includes having an outlet, such as a place to go where you can play, hang out with friends and family, celebrate, and just be yourself. Somewhere where there is no judgement when a moment is overstimulating for you or your child, smelling the flowers and enjoying nature. We want to create a place for comfort and joy. After all, it’s good for the heart. 


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”For I know the plans I have for you,” says the LORD. “They are plans for good and not for disaster, to give you a future and a hope.”

Jer. 29:11 NLT


Playground Goal for our Upcoming April Tournament 


These funds will help us make payments to begin the clearing process, legal paperwork, and finalize Playground Design.

Double Wide Wheelchair ramps are some of the most needed pieces of equipment that will make this playground 200% wheelchair accessible. We would like to purchase 2 ramps at roughly $15,000 (ea)

These double wide ramps allow for wheelchairs to pass along side others while on the ramp.

I promise if given the opportunity to have your love and support  I would love to shake your hand, look you in the eyes and promise to make you as proud as your support does for others like my son AUsome Allen. 

*Love, Erica Howell



We need your support! We cannot build this dream park for special needs without you!! 

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AUsome Updates

We have been approved by the city of Weatherford to build a special needs playground, with onsite therapy and a wheelchair accessible treehouse!!! 

"And I will lead the blind
in a way that they do not know,
in paths that they have not known
I will guide them.
I will turn the darkness before them into light, the rough places into level ground.
These are the things I do,
and I do not forsake them."

Isaiah 42:16 


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