Patagonia has published its Environmental & Social Initiatives 2014 book, which reveals the company donated $6.6 million to environmental groups worldwide during fiscal year 2014. Patagonia employees decide which organizations receive funds generated from 1 percent of the company's sales and 770 environmental groups in 16 countries benefited over the 12-month period. Since the program began in 1985, Patagonia has given more than $56 million in grants and in-kind donations to around 3,000 organizations. The full list of grant recipients is available in Patagonia's “Environment and Social Initiatives” book. In addition to philanthropy, among the various other initiatives presented in the book, the U.S. company made its first investment from its new venture capital fund for the planet, called $20 Million & Change, it worked to create a new national park in southern Chile, released its first feature-length documentary, DamNation, and offered its first line of Fair Trade Certified clothes.