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Our return to in-person celebrations, The Hellmouth Convention in June 2022

The Hellmouth Con Happening 2022

Our return to in-person celebrations, The Hellmouth Convention (June 3-5, 2022), is a weekend adventure with a twofold mission: We aim to bridge the gap between beloved works and fans by connecting talented individuals with those who admire them while harnessing the power of fandom to raise funds for worthwhile 501c3 organizations.

We will again offer Q&As, panels, cosplay contests, behind-the-scenes explorations, and frank discussions about current events and how they relate to our favorite fictions. In 2022, we will continue our longstanding tradition of providing intimate in-person fan experiences and offering opportunities for meetings between talent and attendees.

Proceeds from The Hellmouth Convention will go to two organizations with a proven record of providing care for our local community:

  • The Los Angeles LGBT Center has led the fight to protect vulnerable members of the LGBT+ community by providing programs for housing, medical care, advocacy, community, and educations since 1969.
  • The Al Wooten Jr. Youth Center creates a safe and nurturing environment within a community in crisis by providing free after-school and low-cost summer programs for children in grades 3-12. Funds raised will go directly to the Center’s Ron Glass Memorial Scholarship.

For the past fourteen years our organization has created opportunities for fans to appreciate and learn from our talented Guests while providing a chance for these honored actors, writers, and behind-the-scenes crew to discover the many ways in which their work has changed, affected, and influenced lives. A list of past events are here

Add comment June 23, 2021

WhedonCon Badeges Now on Sale for June 5-7, 2020

WhedonCon is a Whedonverse convention, designed by fans for fans, with the aim of harnessing the power of fandom to raise money for charities while creating a fun, interactive environment for attendees and guests.

A Portion of 2020 Event Proceeds Go To
Los Angeles LGBT Center which since 1969 has led the fight for the most vulnerable within the diverse LGBT+ community by providing programs spanning from housing, medical care, advocacy, community, and education.
In Memory of Ron Glass, the Al Wooten Jr. Youth Center, a youth center that since 1989 provides a neighborhood approach to the revitalization and empowerment of a community in crisis. A safe and nurturing environment committed to good citizenship and academic excellence by providing free after school & low-cost summer programs for boys and girls in grades 3-12.

Add comment November 15, 2019

WhedonCon 2019 Is Here!!!

Fighting For a Cause

WhedonCon 2019 kicks off today and if you’re wondering what exactly what kind of convention it is then you’re in luck. WhedonCon is raising funds for charity while celebrating all things in the Whedonverse.


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