Susan Correa's life changed when she visited India to work with the Hope Foundation School in Bangalore. The school provides a hot meal for local children, and the kids stick around to attend class and learn. The experience made her reevaluate her own business, and how she could give back. After the trip, Correa decided to ditch her businesses and launch an entirely new venture. art & eden is a sustainable kids clothing line. All of the clothes are made through sustainable methods and with clean materials. The clothes are also super cute, because Correa believes a good product is the key to any initiative working. art & eden also has a social arm called "Clothes for Cure." The offshoot provides multivitamins for kids across South America. Correa's goal is to continue making her brand global, and to make her humanitarian efforts touch every corner of the globe as well.