THE Liberal Party has promised more than $50,000 to Northern youth and families if elected this Saturday.
Opposition leader Will Hodgman said $30,000 would be given to help Launceston City Mission provide youth outreach services while another $20,000 would be given to Bungawitta Child Care for building maintenance.
The funding announcement also included increased support for City Mission's Beat Van to $40,000 each year for three years.
The van provides food and sports activities to Launceston communities.
Mr Hodgman said the money would increase the hours for one permanent part-time position outreach worker and expand the program, which supports 7000 to 8000 people a year.