Which Local Charity? You Decide.

Last month I asked you which local charity I should fundraise for in 2014. Thank you for all your suggestions! It is clear we are home to wonderful array of charities that are doing great work in our local area.

Now I need your help to chose which charity I should fundraise for in 2014 from the shortlist below. You can also find out more about each charity, or even donate your own time or money.

The Diamond Riding Centre use contact with horses to give children and adults with disabilities the chance  to be independent, develop a sense of achievement and put a smile on their face. Find out more here.

The Liam Charity was sent up in memory of Liam Hearne with the aim of raising £100,000 for the ChildLine service and in doing so, help to educate young people in the local community about ways they can seek help in their time of need. Find out more here

The Riverside Animal Centre is one of the busiest wildlife rehabilitation units in the country, caring for over 3000 wild animals every year. The Centre also provides  an emergency refuge for abandoned cats and provides a stray dog service. Find out more here

Vote for the local charity that you think that I should fundraise for in 2014. Select your answer and sign in to add your answer to our poll.

Tom would like new creative ways to fundraise for local charities. Do you have any suggestions?

£400 million for St Helier

£400 million for St Helier

Join me in demanding the money St Helier Hospital needs so it can be fit for purpose with new, modern facilities.

Stop police cuts

Stop police cuts

The Government are cutting hundreds of millions from our police. Join our campaign to stop them.

Save Our Pharmacies

Save Our Pharmacies

Local pharmacies offer a huge range of services that take pressure off GPs and hospitals

Stop School Cuts

Stop School Cuts

Our children's education is at risk from school funding cuts