The official SADFREE Movement Logo was designed by Zcess Garcia from San Ildefonso National High School of San Ildefonso, Bulacan, as an entry to the SADFREE Movement logo making contest during its early anniversary celebration. Her entry won the grand prize.
The big blue human form represents a filipino youth being saved by various public and private agencies of San Ildefonso, Bulacan, represented by the small white human forms in form of an “S,” to save the youth from smoking, alcohol, and drugs (represented by a cigarette, the bottle with an “x” and “skull,” and tablet and marijuana drawing respectively). The flag of the Philippines as background represents all Filipino youth who are imprisoned by the vices. The bright sun with its rays in yellow and the white dove represent the bright hope and freedom of the Filipino youth from SAD.
The circle represents the commitment of the movement to continue the advocacy from one generation to another starting on its official launching date on August 6, 2004 to make the Philippines SADFREE country. The circle also represents God who is the unseen prime mover of this organization.