Author Archives: Jennifer

Celebrate with Stainton’s!

Get ready, because big things are happening in Downtown Ocean City starting on November 21st! Put on your best PJs that day and join us on Asbury Avenue from 8AM to 12PM for Earlier Than the Bird. This annual event lets you get a jump on holiday shopping while winning hourly prizes (including one for […]

Give the Gift of Joy This Year!

You can give children in need the gift of joy this Christmas by donating a toy or gift through Matt’s Stocking. This wonderful organization was born out of a family’s grief. Seeing their son’s Christmas stocking the first year after his death, they had two choices: tuck it away, or honor Matt by doing something […]

Check Out Jaime’s New Ride!

A few months ago, we let you know that our own amazing employee Maggie needed some help. Her son Jaime had gotten a brand-new wheelchair, but he needed a bigger wheelchair-accessible van to accommodate it. Well, you came through! With the help of our wonderful community, Maggie and Jaime just got their new ride. And […]

How Dapper Dogs Can Save a Breed

Stainton’s is proud to partner with Bully Bows in their efforts to help dogs across the country! New to Stainton’s, Bully Bows sells fun collars, leashes, and—of course—bow ties to help tackle the stigma of bully breeds like Pit Bulls. They also donate a portion of their proceeds to shelters and other animal-related charitable organizations. […]

These Kids Help Others Breathe Easier

This month, we’re highlighting another incredible locally based organization: The Randles’ Boys Foundation. The non-profit was inspired by the battle of two young boys against Cystic Fibrosis, a devastating and often deadly disease that attacks the lungs. One thousand people are diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis each year, most of them young children. But with the […]

Creating Smiles for Kids with Cancer

This month, we’re so proud to partner with Ryan’s Case for Smiles, a nonprofit organization that’s “helping kids feel better to heal better.” Sometimes, it’s the little things that mean the most. That’s what Cindy Kerr discovered when her son was diagnosed with a type of bone cancer at the age of 12. She couldn’t […]