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The Winter Olympics may be over the charitable work of snowboarder Hannah Teter never ends. Known for her philanthropy, the member of the U.S. Olympic team is selling underwear to support Doctors Without Borders.

The ‘Make Love, Not War’ shortie style underwear can be purchased at SweetCheeksPanties.com, where each pair sold results in a $5 donation to Doctors Without Borders with a goal to raise $100,000 by May.

Sweet Cheeks Panties was born from a “What if?” moment courtesy of Olympic Gold Medal Snowboarder Hannah Teter. Teter dedicates much of her time and interest to transformative gifting. Clean Water, Food, Shelter, Hope, Grace, Mercy for those in need. It is her wish to share this experience of gifting with women everywhere in a fun and fashionable way.

Each pair of underwear is designed in response to a particular cause to create the perfect pair and each month they release a new pair of undies dedicated to helping the less fortunate.

Doctors Without Borders:
Founded in 1971, Doctors Without Borders is a global network of doctors who provide aid in areas of crisis. This 27,000 member team operates independent of any political, military, or religious agendas – their only concern is helping those who need it most. The group often operates in the harshest conditions, sending brave doctors into war zones where the resident doctors have since evacuated.

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