www.walkinnoshoes.com “WALK IN NO SHOES” BENEFITING THE SUDAN RELIEF FUND TAKING PLACE AT WOODLEY PARK BALBOA SUNDAY, APRIL 7, 2013 10K Walk, 5K Walk and 1K “Walk in No Shoes” to Raise Awareness, Funds and Support For War-Ravaged South Sudanese Genocide Victims WHAT: “Walk in No Shoes” is a 10K walk, 5K walk and 1K “walk in no shoes” event benefiting the Sudan Relief Fund. The event will enable Los Angelenos who have been horrified by the tragic news stories about genocide in South Sudan — but perhaps have felt powerless to help such seemingly insurmountable circumstances on the other side of the world — to take meaningful action to support the South Sudanese people who have endured more than 20 years of horrendous religious persecution, enslavement, rape, torture, starvation and senseless murder at the hands of their own government. The Sudan Relief Fund was created in 1998 by Bishop Macram Max Gassis of the El Obeid Diocese, which includes the Nuba Mountains and Abyei in South Sudan, to raise awareness, generate funds and support relief efforts that provide food, safe drinking water, clothing, shelter, medical attention, education and hope to the people of the region regardless of nationality, religion, ethnicity or tribal affiliation. WHEN: Sunday, April 7, 2013 8:00 am WHERE: Woodley Park/Lake Balboa (Anthony C. Beilenson Park — formerly Balboa Park) 6350 Woodley Avenue, Van Nuys, CA 91406 Parking lot entrance on the west side of Woodley Avenue COST: Entry fees

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