Hallmark awards bright students
Hallmark Creations has awarded 16 top performing students at Nankumba Community Day Secondary School in Blantyre as one a way of encouraging them to work extra hard.
The company gave each of the 16 students a scientific calculator, notebooks and a set of mathematical instruments.
In addition, the company will pay school fees for the brilliant students during the coming term.
Hallmark Creations Chief Executive Officer Timothy Mzima said the move is part of the printing house’s corporate social responsibility.
Mzima said the firm has a project in which it will visit schools and promote hard work through awards.
One of the students thanked Hallmark Creations for the gesture, saying the award will encourage her to work extra hard, and that the items she received will help her in her examination.
Hallmark creations also gave the school a one year subscription for The Daily Times and The Nation newspapers.