'FOR&FROM' PROGRAMME

Our 'for&from' stores are run by people with physical or mental disabilities.

Inditex’s 'for&from' programme is aimed at the social integration of people with disabilities, by providing employment opportunities in our stores.

The stores are operated by non-profit partner organisations with the relevant disability expertise. These include Fundación Molí d'en Puigvert, Confederación Galega de Persoas con Discapacidade, Asociación Pro-Discapacitados Psíquicos de Alicante, Moltacte and Fundación Prodis. In all other respects, these branches are just the same as ordinary stores within our franchises.

After an initial donation from us to build the store, the programme funds itself. We supply past-season items which the stores sell at a discount and all profits are then invested back into projects for disabled people.

This initiative began in 2002 and we have since opened 14 'for&from' stores, with combined sales totalling €9.6 million in 2017 alone and profits of 1.1 million euros to reinvest in disability projects run by our partners.

The programme currently provides stable employment for 167 people with disabilities. We were proud to open two new stores  in 2017 (Tempe and Oysho) and a new one in 2018 (Uterqüe) – and more stores are on the way.
 

Our 'for&from' stores
2002: Massimo Dutti. Palafolls (Barcelona, Spain)
2007: Massimo Dutti. Allariz (Ourense, Spain)
2008: Bershka. Palafolls (Barcelona, Spain)
2010: Tempe. Elche (Alicante, Spain)
2010: Tempe. Allariz (Ourense, Spain)
2012: Stradivuarius. Manresa (Barcelona, Spain)
2013: Oysho. Palafolls (Barcelona, Spain)
2014: Massimo Dutti. Llagostera (Girona, Spain)
2015: Inditex. Culleredo (A Coruña, Spain)
2016: Massimo Dutti. Igualada (Barcelona, Spain)
2016: Pull&Bear. Ferrol (A Coruña, Spain)
2017: Tempe. Leganes (Madrid, Spain)
2017: Oysho. Llagostera (Girona, Spain)
2018: Uterqüe. San Sebastián de los Reyes (Madrid)

Our 'for&from' programme, in numbers:
  • 167 people with disabilities hired
  • 14 'for&from' stores
  • 1.1 billion € net profits in 2017