Parenta bosses climb a mountain to raise money for Marie Curie

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The two co-founders of Parenta leave for Tanzania tomorrow to climb Kilimanjaro, the largest free standing mountain in the world and raise money for charity.

Allan Presland and Nick Williams are taking a break from their normal working routine to do their bit for Marie Curie Cancer Care.

Fundraising activities have seen our friends at Top Days hold a cake bake day, poker nights, a summer garden party and even a Parenta team sports day!

Recent weeks have seen the pair walk 25 miles in a day, and after months of solid training, the time has come for them to tackle the 5,895 metre mountain.

So far donations for Marie Curie have reached over £5,000, but there’s still time for more! If you would like to help raise money for Marie Curie, simply head over to their donations page to leave a small contribution.

Marie Curie Cancer Care provides high quality nursing, totally free, to give people with terminal cancer and other illnesses the choice of dying at home, supported by their families.

Good luck guys, it’s for a great cause!

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