We recently painted a giant World Cow mural for Darigold — a farmer-owned dairy cooperative in the Northwest U.S. —at their Sunnyside processing facility. The 44-by-66-foot mural of a Holstein cow with spots arranged as a world map is the largest cow we have ever painted.
Our goal? To promote goodwill in Washington and beyond, while spreading our message of love and unity — “We’re All Spots on the Same Cow.”
This epic project required me (World Cow founder DJ Barry) and my friend Steve Davis to paint all day, every day for seven days straight. It was hard work, but the surrounding community made it 100% worthwhile.
As we painted from a giant boom lift, racing to complete the project before wetter weather moved in, Sunnyside came out to show their support. Our work not only attracted Darigold employees working at the facility, but also other community members, including buses full of school children on the way to and from school.
Their enthusiasm and friendship inspired us so much, we decided to do more to give back to the community. That’s when we found Nuestra Casa.
Founded in 2003 by Sister Mary Rita Rohde, the non-profit organization provides a range of services for immigrant families in Washington’s lower Yakima Valley— especially women.
Each year, the 501 (c)(3) assists around 1,000 immigrant adults by providing workshops, referral services and classes— including English language classes that are accessible to entire families.
Please help us raise funds for this wonderful group that is helping to ensure immigrant families in the lower Yakima Valley have access to the tools and resources they need to succeed.
All donations are tax-deductible.
With love and thanks,
Founder, World Cow
Donations are typically 100% tax deductible in the US.