Based on the values of cooperation and generosity, the UNESCO Chair in Bioethics and Human Rights and the social program Contagia Alegria have reached an agreement and a common goal. Contagia Alegria was born as a social action to help children and people in need react to and live with disease. Through joy and happiness volunteers try to brighten the patient’s day and offer him and his relatives hope. Indeed, this initiative also represents a great opportunity for volunteers who experience the beauty of truly giving and receiving unconditional love. The collaboration is part of the UNESCO Chair’s Global Art Interest Area, and recognizes the art of the clown as culturally significant and medically beneficial. Each organization will support the other’s initiatives, and they will work together to create joint ones.