Fish4Life (F4L) is a mobile network of youth founded in 2013 by Xander and Beau Peterson that raises capital to directly support economic development in Haiti through sustainable fish farming.

 

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F4L invests in Caribbean Harvest, a Haitian-based organization that transforms the lives of Haitian families.

Their holistic approach to development enables families to achieve sustainable incomes from a robust aquaculture business and leverages additional communal profits to drastically improve the health, education, safety, and housing of villagers living along Haiti’s largest lakes.


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"This is the biggest return on an investment under $1 million for people to chart their own course in life that I have yet seen.”

- President Bill Clinton


Xander and Beau created F4L as a Commitment to Action under the Clinton Global Initiative

Their inaugural campaign successfully raised more $350,000, far exceeding their initial goal of $268,400, which has helped dramatically increase the living standards of two entire villages.  Yet five more villages remain in need of support. Learn more about F4L impact.

 
  Beau and Xander Peterson with Caribbean Harvest Founder Dr. Valentin Abe at the hatchery and production facility in 2017.

Beau and Xander Peterson with Caribbean Harvest Founder Dr. Valentin Abe at the hatchery and production facility in 2017.