The Coalition has announced a $3.4 million funding package for Tasmanian emergency relief organisations.
But Labor says the government cut the funding for some of these organisations in the first place, leaving them in need of support.
If the Coalition is re-elected, it will give funding to 10 emergency relief organisations across the state.
Tasmanian Liberal Senator Richard Colbeck said he and his Liberal colleagues had been working with the organisations "for some time" to "secure the best possible funding outcome for these services to continue".
"This new package is in addition to more than $10 million of funding over the next [four-and-a-half] years for emergency relief and financial counselling support for Tasmanians who need it most," he said.
"The package will ensure people in need can access other services available to them such as emergency relief, crisis accommodation and preventative and educational assistance."
Among the organisations that would benefit from the funding are Launceston City Mission ($75,000), Launceston Benevolent Society ($200,000) and Helping Hand Association ($80,000).
Bass Labor MHR Ross Hart said the Liberals had originally cut funding to organisations like these, "putting their future at risk".
"This government has been in power for six years," he said. "Promises made by them at the eleventh hour just before election day to undo the damage their cuts have caused simply can't be believed."
"Labor has always been committed to restoring this funding."