The Story of Niver Rolando

December 12th, 2017

I am Taylor J Benson, Founder, Director and Servant of the Potter’s Hand Foundation. I want to share with you the story of the time I spent with a boy named Niver Rolando Ideme Noa.

Niver is an autistic 9-year old boy who lives with his mother, Justina Noa Huaracha in a little village called Yanque, in the Caylloma Province of Arequipa which is a village in the Colca Valley. His mom works on road construction in the region. Without a father present, it is Niver’s 13-year old brother who has stepped up to help.

I’ve been blessed to provide Niver with nutritional supplements for the past 3 years. Reliv Now for Kids has cutting-edge nutrients which make it a superior children’s supplement. It helps meet kids’ nutritional needs for their growing bodies and developing minds, giving them boosts in energy and mental performance. This supplement provides a nutrient crucial for the development and function of the brain, eyes, and central nervous system. It promotes healthy cellular development, mental clarity, memory, learning and cognitive function. And thanks to its powerful antioxidants, it protects against cell-destroying free radicals.

Niver is noticeably much calmer now, and his mom and brother are very happy to see his quality of life improving.

It is my hope and my challenge to continue to help Niver and all the other children in this region. It is vital for their physical and mental improvement to continually take these life-changing supplements in order to make a long-term difference – not just for Niver but for all the little children we can reach in this region of the high Andes Mountains.

This is my calling. I pray to be able to continue doing what I believe I was called upon by Lord Jesus to do. I am in need of support to be able to go on and reach even more children in more remote villages in the coming year.

Donations to the Potter’s Hand Foundation will help to continue its work to love, serve and support children in need and at risk in Peru.  Help today.

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