By Scott T. Sterling
Pharrell Williams wants to spread his happiness around the world for a good cause.
Williams, still basking in the glow of his chart-topping and GRAMMY-nominated single, “Happy,” is teaming up with the United Nations Foundation to commemorate this year’s International Day of Happiness, which is globally recognized on March 20.
Launched in 2012, the day aims to “(create) a happier society” which “requires action at all levels – not just from political leaders and institutions but also from us as individual citizens. When we do things to bring happiness to others, everyone benefits. It helps the people we connect with, boosts our own well-being and also inspires others to be more caring and positive too.”