Fandom Charities INC. presents
June 9-11, 2023
Held at Hilton LAX in Los Angeles, CA
The Hellmouth Convention is 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.
Evoking “the center of mystical convergence” established in Buffy, the Vampire Slayer, our exciting new event name reflects the unique intimate-by-design convention model our team employs. Our event draws travelers from all over the world. Like The Hellmouth itself, “things gravitate towards it . . . that you might not find elsewhere.”
Hear about 2023 Guest & Event Announcments
What is The Hellmouth Convention?
We aim to educate while entertaining in all areas of fandom: books, comics, television, movies, animation, technology, steampunk, arts and sciences. In addition to dealers’ room and panels, there will be seminars, hands-on workshops & meetup areas on those topics. Have fun while doing good at the same time!
Who runs The Hellmouth Convention?
Fandom Charities Inc.® is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization established in 2007 for the purpose of raising funds for charitable organizations through fandom events, conventions, special appearances and media events, and to serve as a hub for the latest news and happenings in the creative universe of selected fandoms, and to provide related educational activities. We are 100% volunteer.
Things To Do at The Hellmouth Con
Buffy Museum / The Crypt
“If Nothing We Do Matters, Then All That Matters Is What We Do."
“People shouldn’t suffer as they do. Because, if there’s no bigger meaning, then the smallest act of kindness is the greatest thing in the world.”
– Angel the Series: Epiphany
Fighting For A Cause
Raising money for the Los Angeles LGBT Center,
and The Wooten Youth Center's Ron Glass Memorial Scholarship Fund.
Since 1969 the Los Angeles LGBT Center has cared for, championed, and celebrated LGBT individuals and families in Los Angeles and beyond. They are an unstoppable force in the fight against bigotry and the struggle to build a better world, a world in which LGBT people can be healthy, equal, and complete members of society.
The Ron Glass Memorial Scholarship comes from the Al Wooten Jr. Youth Center —a neighborhood approach to the revitalization and empowerment of a community in crisis. They foster a safe and nurturing environment committed to good citizenship and academic excellence by providing college and career readiness for grades 3-12. They’re making a difference for life!