Comic Relief is a UK-based charity that aims to tackle poverty and social injustice by using comedy as a means of fundraising and raising awareness. It was founded in 1985 and has since raised over £1.4 billion for various causes both in the UK and internationally.
In 2019, the charity updated its logo for Comic Relief and Red Nose Day. The new design features a white condensed sans-serif font inside a red square with curved corners. The font used is likely Founders Grotesk X Condensed Bold.
The original logo used Kabel Bold, a meticulously crafted sans-serif designed by Rudolf Koch in 1927.