We promote social wellbeing programmes in the communities where we operate.
Inditex believes that investing in communities is a challenge to improve global wellbeing by applying business resources.
Tempe applies this principle by establishing close and collaborative relationships with non-profit organizations with links to our activity through their function or geographical location. This collaboration in the form of social investment or voluntary activities allows Tempe to sustain permanent dialogue with and be close to the community for the common good.
Find out about the projects being developed by the Inditex Group in the sphere of supporting communities.
For&From stores Tempe Inditex Group
The Inditex Group’s `for&from´ stores form part of the project of the same name that works within a franchise business model. The stores are managed by non-profit organizations specializing in disability.
There are currently four `for&from´ stores that specialize in footwear and bags, located in Allariz (Ourense), Elche (Alicante), Culleredo (A Coruña) and Leganés (Madrid). These stores employ more than 30 people, all of whom have some kind of physical or intellectual disability or mental disorder.
The stores sell footwear and accessories from past seasons from all of Inditex’s brands (Zara, Pull&Bear, Massimo Dutti, Bershka, Stradivarius, Oysho, Zara Home, Uterqüe and Lefties) at reduced prices.
Find out more about the `for&from´ programme.
At Tempe we are committed to contributing to society’s development, and that’s why we take part in social activities aligned with our activity.
Since 2016, the Miguel Hernández University (UMH) and Tempe in collaboration with the NGO APSA have initiated the TEMPE-APSA Disability and Employability Chair. Some 27 students have graduated from the first two editions of the programme.
The chair has the aim of promoting research and training in the sphere of disability with the overarching aim of promoting inclusion in the labour market of people with different abilities.
Find our more about the Tempe/Apsa Disability and Employability Chair.