CTS Courier has committed to support Miss Heritage Malawi with its event set to take place on April 29 2023.
The company’s Managing Director Jaqueline Msiska Bokosi said Tuesday that they decided to support Miss Heritage Malawi after being impressed with its theme for this year.
“Miss Heritage Malawi’s theme that is focusing on mental health is what led CTS Courier to come in and support them in their forthcoming event. I once faced depression when I lost my husband and so, I am aware of what people go through when it comes to mental health,” Bokosi said.
She said their support is also part of helping raise awareness on mental health.
“We have seen a rise of suicide cases in the country and the country needs to do more to sensitise people about mental health. I am happy that players in the creative sector are using their talents to talk about mental health and I would like to thank Miss Heritage Malawi organisers for picking up this theme,” Bokosi said.
She said the partnership was also part of its corporate social responsibility.
“We love empowering the youth and looking at the Miss Heritage Malawi, all the participants are the youth, including the organisers, hence coming in,” Bokosi said.
CTS Courier’s support to Miss Heritage Malawi also comes barely a week after the company partnered The Citizen, led by Rodwell Lumbe, in its affairs of tackling issues affecting society in order to bring about change.
Miss Heritage Malawi Chief Executive Officer and National Director Madalo Mkuwu hailed CTS Courier for the support and appealed for more support from the corporate world.
“The sponsorship that CTS Courier has given us will help a lot towards the event. At the moment, we are still finalising the venue but the event will be held on 29 April 2023,” Mkuwu said.