ABOUT US

Our Mission

Flatten The Curve assists individuals and families currently infected by and/or experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 by delivering essential items right to their home so that they may self-quarantine without the added burden of having to leave to obtain necessary food and supplies.

Each week our trained FTC Team Members safely deliver a supply of masks, gloves, disinfectant tools (ex: disinfectant sprays, wipes, single use paper towels) and non-perishable foods to infected individuals in the Greater Los Angeles area and surrounding counties.

It is also our mission to provide masks, gloves and disinfectant tools to First Responders so that they may continue to perform their duties safely and lessen the risk of contracting the novel coronavirus themselves.

Our Services

Teenage girls are packing products in boxes and using clear adhesive tape to deliver to customers.

HOW WE'RE HELPING

These are some of the healthcare, emergency services, and other frontline first responder organizations we've helped.
City of Los Angeles
Los Angeles Fire Department
UCLA Health
Los Angeles Police Department
LA County Medical Examiner
Los Angeles County Sheriff
Medical Centers

Antelope Valley Hospital
1600 W Ave J, Lancaster, CA

ChapCare Medical and Dental Health Centers
Pasadena – Various Locations

Community Health Alliance of Pasadena
1855 N Fair Oaks Ave # 200

Gardena Memorial Hospital
1145 W Redondo Beach Blvd, Gardena

Harbor-UCLA Medical Center
1000 W Carson St, Torrance

Lakewood Healthcare Center
12023 Lakewood Blvd, Downey

Los Angeles County Department
of Medical Examiner’s Office
1104 N Mission Rd, Los Angeles

Monterey Healthcare & Wellness Centre
1267 San Gabriel Blvd, Rosemead

Montrose Springs Skilled Nursing
& Wellness Center
2123 Verdugo Blvd, Montrose

Narbonne Medical Group
24845 Narbonne Ave, Lomita

Norwalk Skilled Nurse & Wellness
11510 Imperial Hwy, Norwalk

QueensCare
950 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles

QueensCare Health Centers – Children’s Reading Room
4618 Fountain Ave, Los Angeles

QueensCare Family Clinic
150 N. Reno St, Los Angeles

Riverside University Health System – Arlington Mental Health Facility
9990 County Farm Rd, Riverside

Royalty Ambulance Services
Based in Los Angeles

Providence Little Company of
Mary Medical Center – Torrance
4101 Torrance Blvd, Torrance

Vernon Healthcare Center
1037 W Vernon Ave, Los Angeles

Yorba Linda Medical Center
1041 E Yorba Linda Blvd #209, Placentia

Police Departments

Beverly Hills Police Department
464 N Redford Dr, Beverly Hills

CHP Altadena
2130 N Windsor Ave, Altadena

Costa Mesa Police Department
Various stations

Hollywood Station
1358 N. Wilcox Ave, Los Angeles

LA Sheriff’s Department Torrance
825 Maple Ave # 140, Torrance

Olympic Community Police Station
1130 Vermont Ave, Los Angeles

Pacific Division Station
12312 Culver Blvd, Los Angeles

Pasadena Police Department
207 N Garfield Ave, Pasadena

Santa Ana Police Department
60 Civic Center Plaza, Santa Ana

Sierra Madre Police Department
242 W Sierra Madre Blvd, Sierra Madre

Wilshire Community Station
4861 Venice Blvd, Los Angeles

Fire Departments

LAFD Station 43 – Palms
3690 Motor Ave, Los Angeles

LAFD Station 78 – Studio City
4041 Whitsett Ave, Studio City

LAFD Station 82 – East Hollywood
5769 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood

LAFD Station 102 – Valley
13200 Burbank Blvd, Sherman Oaks

Costa Mesa Fire Department
Various stations

Santa Ana Fire Department
Various stations

Sierra Madre Fire Department
242 W Sierra Madre Blvd, Sierra Madre

University Safety Departments

Long Beach School Safety Police Department
5250 E. Los Coyotes Diagonal, Long Beach

UCLA Police Department
601 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles

UCLA Office of Environment,
Health and Fire Safety
501 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles

Food & Shelter Assistance Services

Alexandria House –
Women and Children’s Shelter
426 S Alexandria Ave, Los Angeles

North Hollywood Interfaith Food Pantry
4390 Colfax Ave, Studio City

Project Roomkey
Based in Los Angeles

Households

We ask that identities for private citizens receiving supplies be kept anonymous unless necessary

Los Angeles Area
Hollywood
Hollywood Hills
Inglewood
Miracle Mile
North Hollywood
San Frenando
Sherman Oaks
Silmar
Sun Valley
Toluca Lake
Van Nuys

Northern California
South San Francisco

Out of State
New Jersey, NJ
New York, NY

OUR TEAM

Adam Rider

Founder & Executive Chairman

Adam Rider knew he found his calling in disaster relief after serving with disaster relief UN standby partner Global DIRT in the Bahamas after Hurricane Dorian. Since then, Adam has been using the skills that he learned from his background in television production to raise awareness of natural disasters and remains ready at a moment's notice to deploy again wherever he is needed. When COVID-19 hit, Rider quickly got to work assessing the relief needs of the City of Los Angeles by volunteering at different non profits and providing aid to those who need it out of his own pocket. Now, Adam Rider has launched FTC.NGO to continue his mission to provide aid to those in need.

Leon Gendelman

TBD

Bio coming soon

Dr. Edgar El Sayad, M.D.

TBD

Bio coming soon

Maytal Mizrahi

Maytal Mizrahi

Partnerships Manager

Maytal Mizrahi was born and raised in Los Angeles. At a young age, she discovered her love and passion for helping others - friends, strangers and animals alike. In time, she focused her enthusiasm towards producing documentaries. Traveling all over the world, the LA native lent an empathetic ear to the unheard and helped those in need gain the courage to let their voices be heard. When COVID-19 began to spread, Maytal sprang into action and has devoted all of her spare time from producing for ABC News 20/20, to aid those in need and help Flatten The Curve.

Ely

Ely Anne Vedar

Public Relations Manager

Growing up with much of her family working everyday in the medical field, often in roles in the emergency room, Ely Anne is no stranger to the selflessness and sacrifice required of first responders. While she herself did not venture into healthcare, Ely harnesses that mentality in her own daily work with various wellness oriented and non-profit organizations. She’s made it her passion to assist her clients raise awareness and funds to complete their mission to serve.

Greg Brown

TBD

Bio coming soon

Eline Gendelman

TBD

Bio coming soon

How You Can Help Right Now

While we are still in the process of obtaining 501-3c status, we still appreciate and rely on donations from our supporters to cover the costs of supplies and transportation. 

Your donation helps assist in prevention of the further spread of COVID-19.

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