Rep. Franklin C. Prante, left, joins Gov. Norm Bangerter in encouraging Utahns to support a drive that utilizes a tax form checkoff to funnel more money to Utah's 2,500 homeless people. The plan allows taxpayers to donate $2, $5, $10 or any other amount to the State Homeless Coordinating Committee by checking off a line on the state's income tax form. The money will help serve the homeless and mentally ill street people, said Prante, D-Logan, who sponsored a bill last year establishing a checkoff plan similar to the Division of Wildlife Resource's "Do Something Wild" program. No more than 3 percent of the money can cover administrative costs, and 20 percent must be spent in communities outside the Wasatch Front. Organizers hope to raise up to $500,000 from donations through the income tax form checkoff.