Cows for a cause in Boston

Have you spotted cows popping up across the city? Here’s why 75 decorated cows have been placed around Boston for the CowParade and how you can get involved.

Three photos of cows placed around Boston in the Cow Parade.

Three cows spotted around Boston in the CowParade.

Photos by BOStoday

We have no beef with this new art pop-up turning Boston from Beantown to Cowtown. To celebrate 75 years of The Jimmy Fund, the CowParade New England will be be on display now through Sept. 4.

The parade features 75 life-sized cows, each decorated by local artists and located across the Greater Boston area. The cows will be sold to support the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.

Curious how you can get involved? The public art display is open to everyone, and there’s a helpful pasture map to make spotting the cows easy. Once you find them, don’t forget to snap a photo with the udderly beautiful creations and share it to social media. Be sure to tag @TheJimmyFund and use the hashtag #CowParadeNE. There will be weekly photo challenges for prizes like T-shirts and hats.

Get mooovinglet us know how many you can find and which mooosterpiece is your favorite.

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