Amazingly, Gold Medal-Winning Snowboarder Hannah Teter In Her Underwear Helps Feed Starving Children [Pics & Video]
If you're scared of people not fully clothed, you can trust me, this is OK—it's for charity.
Hannah Teter has won Olympic gold and silver, multiple X Games medal, and six World Cup titles. She's also founded the nonprofit Hannah's Gold—based around her charity funds-raising line of syrup of the same name. She learned how to make it while growing up in Vermont. (She presently resides in South Lake Tahoe.)
Proceeds from syrup sales go primarily to provide people in Kenya and other impoverished African communities with drinking water, sustainable farming initiatives including tools, seeds and fertilizer, recreational sessions and bicycles for children, paying for school fees, and more amenities.
In addition, Hannah donates all of her contest winnings to help those in need in Africa and beyond.
Teter is also attractive. Last year she modeled in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, and it inspired her to shortly thereafter created a women's underwear line called Sweet Cheeks. Over 40% of net proceeds go towards Children International to help impoverished children and their families.
In other words, if you buy a pair of Sweet Cheeks, you feed a hungry child for a month.
In the video below, Teter models Sweet Cheeks alongside pro surfer Monyca Byrne-Wickey and other athlete friends.
A month that kid gets food. Just because you bought underwear. Insane.
You can get them at sweetcheekspanties.com, and you can follow Teter and her pantsless philanthropist friends on Facebook at Facebook.com/SweetCheeksPanties.
Source: The Huffington Post
Pic from SweetCheeksPanties.com