Clinics Can Help Receives 10K Face Masks from Advance Auto Parts

West Palm Beach, Florida – Clinics Can Help (CCH) is grateful for the generosity of Advance Auto Parts in West Palm Beach, a store that has repeatedly demonstrated a great willingness to help others during times of disaster in Palm Beach County. Since the onset of COVID-19, the need for equipment such as masks like these is severe.

On Thursday, July 9, Pablo Marrero, the store’s Vice President of operations, and Grant LaBarbera, Vice President and General Manager of Florida and Puerto Rico, arrived with other Advance representatives wearing smiles and carrying boxes filled with 10,000 KN95 respirator masks. The boxes were unloaded to the delight of CCH staff.

“We’re so grateful to Pablo, Grant and the entire staff of the West Palm Beach Advance Auto Parts for their kindness and concern for the safety for not only our CCH families, but our community as a whole, during this unprecedented time,” said Clinics Can Help’s CEO and founder, Owen O’Neill, who will be sure the masks get in the hands of those who need them most.

O’Neill says that Palm Beach County residents may not realize the Advance Auto Parts location in West Palm Beach also houses other Federal Emergency Management Association (FEMA) equipment such as tarps and generators. He encourages everyone to stop in and show their support for this local business so dedicated to helping others.

To learn more about the work Clinics Can Help is doing during this time, please contact (561) 640-2995 or visit For information on Advance Auto Parts, please visit

About Clinics Can Help

Clinics Can Help (CCH), located at 2560 Westgate Avenue, West Palm Beach, FL 33409, accepts gently used and new durable medical equipment from individuals and organizations and makes it available to clients who may not otherwise be able to afford such equipment for their physical recovery and quality of life. In 2018, CCH provided more than $1.1 million worth of medical equipment to over 2600 children and adults in need. It is the only organization of its kind in Florida and one of only three in the U.S. that provides this critical assistance. For more information about CCH, please visit or call 561-640-2995.

Pictured is Pablo Matteo VP of Operations and Grant LaBarbera VP and GM, Fl and Puerto Rico.