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Announcing WordFest Live 2022


2022 is fast approaching and with it the next WordFest Live!

Big Orange Heart and the WordFest Live volunteers kick off another global tour of the WordPress community…

March 4, 2022

Save the date and register your interest to get all of the fun and education out of this global festival of WordPress that you can.

Don’t miss out on this chance to chat with our sponsors, see friends, listen to speakers from around the community, take your picture in the photo booth, and win prizes at the games tent. Have a great time without even leaving your couch!

Excited to speak? The Call for Speakers will be posted Monday, November 8. Register to be notified as soon as those details are available.

And while we’re on the topic of calls, the Call for Sponsors is now open.

2022 begins a new yearly sponsorship across all of Big Orange Heart’s activities: the March 4 and September 9 WordFests, as well as physical, in-person and virtual meetups. This simplifies the process for everyone and gives sponsors broader value for their support.

Lastly, this fun festival of WordPress, is also a fundraiser for the Big Orange Heart charity.

Your donations and all sponsorship of this event (as well as others throughout the year) help us provide resources to aid the mental health and well-being of remote workers worldwide. All proceeds go to the Big Orange Heart charity. Everyone organizing this event is a volunteer.

If you share the values of supporting the well-being of remote workers, and would like to contribute in a hands-on way, see the options available to volunteer at Big Orange Heart. If you’d like to volunteer for WordFest Live, we’ll be doing an open call for help.

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