Spencer's is the go-to destination for the latest trends, tees, body jewelry, décor and more, celebrating our mantra "Life's a party – and we're makin' it fun," for over 75 years. Known for being a pioneer in sexual wellness, call us what you want, but we are here for all communities to celebrate.
We are committed to our guests' individuality and appetite for rebellious and buzz-worthy products that represent their unique lifestyle and offer an escape from the mundane. We started as a mail order company in 1947 and later opened our first retail store in 1963 at New Jersey's Cherry Hill Mall, where we quickly became an oasis within the mall, offering guests an unmatched experience thanks to our unique merchandising and associates.
In 2003, Spencer's began operating under new management, further elevating the bar, and continuing down our nonconventional retail journey. Our stores changed but we always remain true to our roots as we set out on the path to industry-leading greatness in a subtle shift from Spencer Gifts to Spencer's. We created a new and improved look, while never forgetting our past because, the truth is, some trends are timeless.
Spencer's is still a leader in the market, proudly cementing our brand as a cultural staple with one of the longest-running stores, including over 670 locations throughout the United States and Canada.
Giving back is a vital imperative for Spencer's, and our commitment has continued to increase in recent years. Our partnership with the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) to help protect individuals' civil rights has raised nearly a million dollars since 2020. Additionally, since 2008 our associates have been fierce advocates, joining in on the battle against cancer by fundraising on behalf of three organizations focused on fighting youth cancer through our non-profit Boobies Make Me Smile. To date, we have collected over $10.5 million to support the Young Survival Coalition, Stupid Cancer and Fxck Cancer--all of which work toward the prevention, education, and support of young people with cancer. To learn more about these charities and how you can donate, click here.