Round Up

Round Up is a Swedish foundation that runs the idea that through trade, service and business cash register systems provide fundraising organisations a free opportunity to raise funds for specific purposes. For our Lindex customers Round Up is a safe and easy way of donating through their purchase.

During a Round Up activity in our Lindex stores, our staff will ask you if you want to round up your purchase to the given organisation. You decide if you want to donate, and if so, how much you want to give. Information about which organisation is receiving the donations is always visible on the cashier desk during the activity.

Benefits of donating through a Round Up activity:

  • You know that Lindex uses the accounting rules that the Round Up foundation have set for a secure and transparent rewarding.
  • We give the Round Up foundation the right to revise the Lindex round up activities.
  • We give the Round Up foundation the right to check with the receiving organisation that raised funds have been reported.
  • The full donations will go to the addressed purpose, without any charges withdrawn from the donation amount.
  • There is no obligation of purchase linked to the donation.
  • The donation gift is always visible at your cash register receipt.
  • All fundraising results are published on the website www.rundaupp.se

A round up amount is always a gift and cannot be repaid.

The news

Lindex invests in start-up – new underwear brand Closely

Lindex joins as partner in Closely, a new Swedish underwear brand for women. The partnership is part of Lindex's work to create new growth opportunities. Behind Closely are two of Sweden's best-known creatives, Tove Langseth and Filip Nilsson. 
November 15, 2019

Lindex’s customers raise 969 000 EUR to cancer research

With great commitment, pride and a specially designed collection, Lindex has together with its customers raised 969 000 EUR to cancer research.
November 12, 2019

Lindex recalls snap-on bracelet with a cat head

We have discovered that a snap-on bracelet with a cat head is incorrectly constructed and does not meet Lindex’s safety requirements. The metal component inside the bracelet is not properly protected which means that its sharp edges may pose a risk of injury. 
November 6, 2019

Lindex increases sales and maintains its strong result

Lindex is performing well, as indicated by its interim result and sales from the third quarter. The fashion company maintains its strong performance, demonstrating improved result and increased sales in all markets. 
October 30, 2019

Lindex in collaboration with Something Borrowed

Lindex starts renting out clothes and through their business Something Borrowed, they give their customers the opportunity to rent premium garments from the fashion company’s Extended collection.
October 24, 2019

Lindex launches new code of conduct with focus on gender equality

Lindex launches the ‘Lindex Code of Conduct’ with a strong focus on gender equality. The new code of conduct makes Lindex one of the first major fashion companies to integrate gender equality in its basic requirements for textile production and all business partnerships.
October 15, 2019

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