MATERIAL CHANGE REPORT
DORATO RESOURCES INC. (the “Issuer”)
Suite 1920 – 1188 West Georgia Street
Vancouver, B.C. V6E 4A2
August 5, 2010
The date of the press release issued pursuant to section 7.1 of National Instrument 51-102 with
respect to the material change disclosed in this report is August 5, 2010. The press release was
issued in Vancouver, British Columbia through the facilities of the TSX Venture Exchange via
Marketwire, Canada Stockwatch and Market News Publishing.
The Issuer expands anomalous gold zone at Lucero discovery, Condor Gold-Copper Belt,
Northwest Peru with soil geochemistry grades up to 9.7 g/t gold.
The Issuer reports the receipt of gold-in-soil and rock assay results received from Minera Afrodita
relating to the high priority Lucero discovery located in the Condor Gold-Copper Belt of north-
western Peru (previous News Releases NR09-13 and NR09-17). Preliminary ridge and trail soil
sampling has returned highly anomalous results from 225 soil samples, ranging from below detection
to 9.7 g/t gold in soil, with coincident copper, zinc and silver anomalies. Dorato has a right to
acquire 100% of Minera Afrodita. The Lucero Target (Figure 1) is located approximately 5 km
from the flagship Taricori Gold Zone.
Lucero Results in Detail
Soil ridge and trail sampling results for gold and copper are presented on Figures 2 and 3 with
background images showing mapped geology and electromagnetic conductivity respectively.
Results have been received for 225 soil samples to date.
Highest-grade gold and copper anomalies are clustered and broadly coincident with a magnetic
anomaly (Figure 1) and the southern portion of the electromagnetic (EM) anomaly (Figure 3).
Geochemical anomalies are related to mineralized and intensely altered sandstone and adjacent
intrusive bodies, and are thus believed to be intrusion-related. Most of the anomalous mineralization
thus far is located north of an interpreted fault (Figure 1) Thi