IGO CORPORATE GIVING Corporate Giving is important to both our host communities and our employees. It is about more than donations, it is about engagement. IGO has formally documented its approach to corporate giving in our Group Community Standard 1 – Corporate Giving. A copy of this document, along with our other ESG standards, is available on our website . In essence, IGO’s Corporate Giving has three elements; cash, “in-kind” donations and support of employee’s charitable activities. Figure 19 depicts annual corporate giving investment for the last four years. The budget for the program is based on 0.06% of the previous year’s total revenue. Based on projected revenue growth we look forward to increasing our contribution to our host communities. In FY18, IGO supported a diverse range of organisations and programs, investing a total of $252,385. Over 48 organisations or projects benefited from IGO’s Corporate Giving program, including: • Teach Learn Grow • Norseman District High School • Esperance District High School • Goldfields Girls • Girls Academy • Ronald McDonald House, Perth 300,000 250,000 200,000 150,000 100,000 50,000 FY15 A$ FY18 FY17 FY16 0 FIGURE 19 CORPORATE GIVING A number of IGO employees volunteered their own time in FY18 to support various organisations and causes. In support of any employee wishing to donate their time to one of IGO’s Targeted Beneficiaries, IGO provides up to two days paid leave per annum. In addition, IGO also matches, dollar-for-dollar, all funds raised by IGO employees for the benefit of beneficiaries approved by the IGO Corporate Giving Committee, up to a value of $150. At the end of FY18, IGO introduced a workplace giving program through the online platform Good2Give that enables employees to make pre- tax donations from their pay direct to a charity of their choice. IGO will match employee donations, capped at $10,000 per annum in total and pays all the administrative costs so that 100% of employee donations go directly to the charity. Sustainable cities and communities 62 — IGO SUSTAINABILITY REPORT 2018