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1978-1996 1996-2007 2007-present
1978-1996 1996-2007 2007-present

Teletón is a charity event held in Chile on a yearly basis since 1978, created and hosted by Don Francisco (best known for Sábado Gigante). It is usually held during the last week of November or the first week of December. The major Chilean television networks hold a 27-hour transmission, to raise funds to help children with developmental disabilities (most commonly cerebral palsy) treated at the rehabilitation centers of the Fundación Teletón.


Teletón 1978

The first logo of a wordmark made in a heavy manuscript font, with the inital T replaced with a cross pattée (symbol for disabled people, currently seldom used outside Teletón) with the bottom half colored the same as the wordmark, and with a heart used as a tilde.

Used for all editions between 1978 and 1982 (as the initial plan was holding just five edition), and later from 1985 when the event returned in a yearly basis (except the years with national elections, though the exception was removed in 2017).


Teletón 1996
Designer:  Prolam
Typography:  Unknown
Launched:  Unknown

First unveiled for the 1996 campaign, part of a heavy retool for the image and communications of the campaign after the previous year failure (the only year the goal wasn't met, which was doubling the collected amount of 1994). This time, the cross pattée is no longer part of the wordmark.


Teletón (Chile)

First unveiled for the 2007 campaign. The wordmark now uses a rounded sans-serif typeface, and both the symbol and the "heart" accent were given a "3D" look as well.

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