Tekka Place Rainy Day Giveaway (1 Sept 2020 Till Further Notice)

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01 Sep
  • Venue: Redemption counter level 2 Customer Service Counter
  • Date: During Rainy Day Only
  • Time: 12pm-7.30pm
  • *T&Cs apply

Promo Mechanics T&Cs

  1. Promotion is valid from 1 Sept 2020 till further notice, unless otherwise stated.
  2. All redemptions are valid on a first come first serve basis and while stocks last, only up to first 10shoppers who have minimum of 2 same day receipts from different stores in Tekka Place will receive a complimentary umbrella during rainy day.
  3. Shoppers are to head to the Customer Service Counter at Level 2 from 12pm-7.30pm to redeem umbrella.
  4. Redemption must be made on the same day as purchase and limited to one redemption per shopper per day, regardless of amount spent.
  5. Not valid for bill payments, voucher/ online purchases, membership card/ cash card top ups.
  6. Other terms and conditions apply.
  7. Information is correct at time of printing and subject to change without prior notice.
  8. Remember to use #TekkaPlaceWelcomeYouBack when you share your post.
  9. Please check with Concierge at Main Block Level 2 for more details

Growing up in a traumatic environment with an abusive family, led to a lifetime of post-traumatic stress disorder and other mental illnesses. My story isn’t that different from countless others, and yet, there are many stories that are not heard enough. Stories that slip under the cracks. Trauma, whether obvious or not, physical or emotional, always leaves its mark and mental health doesn’t exist in a vacuum but is intertwined with the experiences we have in our lives. I was in recovery for years with no progress – until I started recognising and understanding the impact of trauma and how our bodies remember. Trauma-informed care helps us put together missing pieces and understand why many people act the way they do. I am passionate about trauma informed care in our society and communities- in schools, healthcare, law, mental healthcare, social work and more – trauma-informed care is a vital step in understanding not just ourselves but the people around us, a vital step in more empathy and more care.