Councilmember Koretz's Director of Public Safety, Gregory Martayan Pairs With Flatten The Curve
Flatten The Curve NGO is servicing Los Angeles Fire and Police Departments with much needed medical grade masks, gloves and disinfectant supplies to combat and prevent the further spread of COVID-19.
By: Ely Agency
Following his experience providing disaster relief after Hurricane Dorian ravaged the Bahamas in 2019, Flatten the Curve Founder Adam Rider understands that while the community requires essential government departments to continue to operate at well above normal capacity, it is equally important to ensure that the firemen and officers themselves are properly protected at all times to prevent further infections. FTC-NGO does so by providing medical grade masks, gloves, gowns and disinfectant supplies directly to individual divisions.
To date, Flatten the Curve has worked closely with Los Angeles' Director of Public Safety, Gregory Martayan to collect 29 crates, worth 1,080 gallons of disinfectant pods and towels. A large portion of supplies were donated also by Eline and Leon Gendelman of American Warehouse. The items have now been safely distributed to local Los Angeles Police and Fire Stations.
"Thank you to Adam Rider and Flatten the Curve NGO for your work in serving the first responders of the City. You are part of history and we recognize your commitment and unwavering work. Adam is a great example of the Angeleno spirit, let's keep up the amazing momentum of service. Thank you to all." - Councilmember Koretz's Los Angeles' Director of Public Safety, Gregory Martayan
Individuals or families in the greater Los Angeles area that are currently infected or experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 can request assistance by texting (888) 492-4987 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. If a household requires assistance but is located outside of the current service area, FTC-NGO invites them to still contact and the organization will do its best to accommodate.
While Flatten The Curve is currently a pending 501-3c organization, it still appreciates and relies greatly on donations from supporters to cover the costs of purchasing medical supplies and transportation. Those who would like to donate their time, supplies and/or financially can visit www.ftcngo.org for more information.
Ely Anne Vedar, Ely Agency
Page Updated Last on: Mar 30, 2020