IGOCORPORATE GIVING Making a Difference is IGO’s reason for being – it is our purpose. Our committed Corporate Giving philosophy enables us to make a difference and is centrepiece to our engagement with our host communities. We are proud of our Corporate Giving program and how our people have each made a difference to the organisations that we support. These activities give our employees a sense of pride and demonstrate IGO's genuine commitment to the community. Our FY20 program was consistent with our publicly stated, Board approved and well-considered position on philanthropy as per the IGO Corporate Giving Standard, which comprises three elements: cash, in-kind donations and support of employee’s charitable activities. IGO’s Corporate Giving budget is based on a percentage of IGO’s Group revenue. In FY20, this percentage increased to 0.075 per cent of total revenue (FY19: 0.06 per cent). We made further contributions above and beyond this commitment in FY20 to support our host community’s response to the unexpected, increased economic pressures from the summer bushfires and COVID-19 pandemic. The Standard also defines target beneficiaries, being primarily charities and schools in our host communities. In FY20, IGO’s Corporate Giving program made a difference to over 50 organisations and programs, with total payments of $603,035. This was our most significant year to date in terms of financial giving, underscoring the connectedness we share with our communities and the positive contributions of our business. Our strong financial assistance was supported by equally impactful in- kind donations, including the delivery of essential hygiene supplies to the Ngadju Rangers for distribution to Ngadju Elders and community members in Norseman during COVID-19; the provision of food and accommodation to volunteers during the bushfires; the donation of mattresses to the St Patrick’s Community Centre; and the donation of gym equipment to Shalom House in Perth to support their rehabilitation programs. Many IGO employees took advantage of IGO’s Volunteer Leave Allowance that provides employees with up to two days paid leave per annum to assist with charitable causes. Our people volunteered 431 hours in FY20. IGO employees were also able to make personal donations via IGO’s online workplace giving platform Good2Give where the Company will match the donation as per the Corporate Giving Standard. Some of the organisations and programs IGO has supported during FY20 include: CoRE Learning Foundation Central to IGO’s purpose for Corporate Giving is to improve the education of children and support promotion of STEM/mining related education. CoRE is a secondary school specialist program based on STEM principles, originally developed at Kent Street Senior High School for Year 7 and Year 10 students. Following CoRE’s Goldfields Women in STEM Tour in July 2019, of which IGO was a major sponsor, IGO was proud to further support the Foundation by investing $75,000 over three years to fund the implementation of the CoRE Learning Model into Norseman District High School and Coolgardie Primary School and ensure continued success of the program. Royal Flying Doctor Service WA In November 2019, IGO employees, including a number of the exploration team, visited the Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) in Jandakot to gain a first-hand experience of the critical services RFDS provide to those who live, work and travel across Western Australia, including IGO’s operational and exploration teams. IGO was proud to partner with the RFDS and become a Platinum Partner for the Altitude Ball for the next three years, with a total commitment of $75,000 per annum. Unfortunately, due to COVID-19 the Ball was cancelled for 2020, however, IGO was pleased to be able to reallocate the funding to the Response Ready for WA Appeal that the RFDS launched to support their COVID-19 response. Since the outbreak, RFDS Chief Executive Rebecca Tomkinson reported the RFDS transported more than 100 suspected COVID-19 patients and are currently the only service still operating aeromedical retrieval for suspected COVID-19 patients in Western Australia. THE ORGANISATIONS WE SUPPORTED IN FY20 Bikes for Humanity Esperance Senior High School Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation Cancer Council of WA FoodBank WA Red Cross Blood Donation Castletown Primary School – Esperance Kalgoorlie Circus Quirkus Rocky Bay Clontarf Foundation –  Esperance and Kalgoorlie Kanyana Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre Ronald McDonald House Charities  CoRE Learning Foundation – Norseman  DHS and Coolgardie Primary School Kickarts Cannery Arts Centre Program – Esperance  Royal Flying Doctor Service WA Dandjoo Darbalung Leukaemia Foundation RSPCA Earbus Foundation of WA Madalah  Shenton Park Dog Refuge Esperance Agricultural Show National Breast Cancer Foundation St John’s Ambulance – Esperance Esperance Care Services Norseman District High School St Vincent de Paul WA Esperance District Football Association Norseman Goldfever Festival Teach Learn Grow Esperance Girls Academy Nulsen Primary School – Esperance The Smith Family  Esperance Music Festival OzHarvest World’s Greatest Shave IGO OzHarvest volunteers Esperance year 10 work experience students 80 — IGO SUSTAINABILITY REPORT 2020 IGO SUSTAINABILITY REPORT 2020— 81 MAKING A DIFFERENCE