Cedar Hill Pet Memorial Project, Inc.
A promise made...a promise kept
CHPMP Upcoming Dates
1: CHPMP Meeting at 6:00pm
17: National Non-Profit Day
26: National Dog Day
4: Labor Day
5: CHPMP Meeting at 6:00pm
10: National Pet Memorial Day
11: Patriot Day
14: North Texas Giving Day
2: CHPMP Meeting at 6:00pm
7: 3rd Annual Blessing of the Animals 11am - 2pm
28 & 29: Ft. Worth Alliance Air Show
29: National Cat Day
1: National Cook For Your Pet Day
6: Annual CHPMP Meeting
2: CHPMP Strategic Planning Meeting
This calendar is subject to change at any moment. It is posted to give our supporters an idea of what is going on with our non-profit organization.
Cedar Hill Pet Memorial Project, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization of volunteers dedicated to honoring the bond between humans and their animals. We are committed to maintaining a sanctuary of peace and rest for cherished pets we call family. Cedar Hill Pet Memorial Project, Inc. needs your donations (tax deductible) to assist in the upkeep of the Cedar Hill Pet Memorial Park. We would appreciate your contribution.
Our mailing address is:
Cedar Hill Pet Memorial Project
P.O. Box 1418
Cedar Hill, TX 75106
Our email address is:
If you would like to volunteer. We would love to have you! Send an message to the email address above.
Donate through PayPal here.
Please keep checking the upcoming dates, it is updated on a regular basis.
It's an important anniversary of Cedar Hill Pet Memorial Project. On August 16, 2011, the beloved dog owned by Theresa and Clark Brandon passed away. The Cedar Hill Pet Memorial Park was saved due to Bennie Jett’s passing.
Some don’t know the story behind Bennie Jett and Cedar Hill Pet Memorial Project, Inc. saving the Cedar Hill Pet Cemetery, so here is the short story.
After Bennie passed, the Brandon’s tried to contact the Cedar Hill Pet Cemetery. When they discovered the pet cemetery where their previous pets were laid to rest was locked and over grown, they knew action needed to be taken. A few news outlets were contacted to get the story out and that a group was gathering to discuss the issue. On November 10, 2011, a meeting was called at Zula B. Wylie library in Cedar Hill. At that meeting a committee was formed. The Cedar Hill Pet Memorial Project, Inc. was united there at the first meeting to save the park.
It was discovered how much taxes were owed on the property, and the CHPMP got in gear to raise the funds with much work and determination.
On March 6, 2012, the 1.82 acre property at 1210 J. Elmer Weaver Fwy in Cedar Hill, Texas was put up for auction on the Dallas County Courthouse steps. Many park supporters were in attendance wearing red shirts and pinback buttons with “Save the Park” on them. With a little competition, CHPMP out bid and SAVED THE PARK.
All of this was due to the life and death of a sweet baby girl named Bennie Jett. I feel that Bennie should be celebrated for bringing Cedar Hill Pet Memorial Project, Inc. together.
Thank you, Bennie
(see more on the Bennie Jett's Story tab)