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A chance to leave your name...

A chance to leave your name...

Kim Cook, president and CEO of Open Door Mission, stands with a sledgehammer at the "groundbreaking" for the mission's new facility on Warren Street Monday morning.

Bill Toscano

While we still don't know what the Cool Insuring Agency paid to put its name on the former Glens Falls Civic Center for five years, the Open Door Mission is being much more open about what it would cost to name its new homeless shelter or the rooms and other areas in the facility. And these are tax-deductible donations, as well as part of the Pathway Home campaign.

For a donation of $1 million, you can name the building itself, and $300,000 entitles you to put a name on the dining room and kitchen.

The standalone solar facility is listed at a $225,000 donation, the emergency form at $100,000 and the chapel, computer lab, classroom and say room carry naming rights for $75,000 each.

A $50,000 donation earns the right to name the elevator and lobby area, the clinic, or the program floor and learning center.

The roof garden goes for $30,000, as does the food pantry and the courtyard and landscaping. A $25,000 gives naming rights to the boardroom, administrative area or clothing room.

Of course, any donation would be appreciated at Open Door Mission.

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