The Utah Homeless Coordinating Committee has allocated nearly $1.8 million to Utah communities to help them provide shelter for the homeless and affordable housing for low-income and disabled Utahns.

The allocated funds came from state and federal sources, said Richard Bradford, director of the Utah Division of Community Development. "We would especially like to thank the thousands of Utah taxpayers who checked the box on their tax forms to donate to the Homeless Trust Fund," said Bradford.Receiving money for homeless shelters and services were:

Bear River Association of Governments, $10,000; Box Elder Young Women's Christian Association, $10,000; Catholic Community Services/Northern Utah, $30,000; CAPSA/Logan, $7,100; Community Action Services/Provo, $28,470; Cedar City Housing Authority, $10,000; Dixie Care and Share/St. George, $23,000; Domestic Peace Task Force/Park City, $10,000; Food and Care Coalition/Provo, $16,000.

Iron County Coalition/Cedar City, $23,850; New Horizons Crisis Center, Richfield, $25,000; Seekhaven/Moab, $20,000; Salt Lake Community Action Program/Tooele, $5,000; St. Anne's/Ogden, $38,000; St. George Housing Authority, $10,000; Traveler's Aid Society, $30,000; Uintah Basin Association of Governments, $13,000; Uni Gospel Mission/Helper, $14,000; and Young Community Connection, $29,400.

Receiving money for affordable housing and home repairs are: Aneth Chapter, $30,000; Assist Inc., $18,000; Association of Independent Living, $60,000; Bear River Association of Governments, $15,000; Cedar City Housing Authority, $10,000; CAPSA/Logan, $4,300; Community Action Services/Provo, $20,000; Davis County Housing Authority, $20,000.

Five County Association of Governments, $20,000; Grand County Housing Authority, $12,000; Mountainland Housing, $20,000; Myton Housing Authority, $15,000; Navajo Utah Commission, $36,000; New Horizons Crisis Center/Richfield, $16,000; Salt Lake Community Action Program, $23,000; Salt Lake CDC, $50,000; Six County Association of Governments, $20,000; Traveler's Aid Society/Salt Lake City, $80,000. Tooele Housing Authority, $20,000; Uintah Basin Association of Governments, $20,000; Utah Issues, $20,000.

Receiving money for homeless and domestic shelters and soup kitchen operations are: CAPSA/Logan; $15,000; Dixie Care and Share/St. George, $25,000; Domestic Peace Task Force/Park City, $20,000; DOVE/St. George, $20,000; Iron County Care and Share/Cedar City, $30,000; New Horizons Crisis Center/Richfield, $28,800; Seekhaven/Moab, $20,000; Uintah Basin Association of Governments, $18,000.

Union Gospel Mission/Helper, $19,000; YMCA/Box Elder County, $5,500; St. Anne's Center/Ogden, $46,000; Your Community Connection/Ogden, $29,000; Catholic Community Services/Ogden, $30,000; Community Action Services/Provo, $25,000; Food and Care Coalition/Provo $35,000.

Wasatch Mental Health/Provo, $10,000; Catholic Community Services/Marillac/Salt Lake City, $30,000; Catholic Community Services/St.Vincent/Salt Lake City, $30,000; Homeless Children's Foundation/

Salt Lake City, $15,000; Salvation Army/Salt Lake City, $25,000; Traveler's Aid Society/Salt Lake City, $305,000; Visions Homeless Youth Foundation/Salt Lake City, $22,000; Volunteers of America, $30,000; Winter Overflow/Salt Lake City, $50,000; and YWCA/Salt Lake City, $20,000.