Financial Assistance

We understand that everyone needs help from time to time. Our desire is to help those actively connected to Victory who find themselves in need of temporary financial assistance.

Program Criteria

Our programs offer help to those who are members or regular attenders of Victory and meet the following criteria:

  • Regular attendance for a minimum of 3 months
  • Actively serving within a ministry of Victory Church
  • Participation in a Victory small group
  • Supports Victory through tithes and offerings

We will consider assisting with permanent housing (rent or mortgage), utilities, auto related issues and food.

Please Note: We cannot provide assistance for credit card payments, personal loans, payments to Title Max, medical bills, alimony and/or child support payments, tuition or legal fees.


There are many resources within our community and city that are also available. These organizations and ministries specialize in helping meet specific needs.

Download Community Resource Guide
Visit Gwinnett Coalition for Health and Human Services or call Gwinnett Helpline at 770.995.3339.
Visit North Gwinnett Co-Op – 
provides emergency housing and food assistance

Download W9 Form


Due to the volume of applications we receive, processing your request could take up to 7-10 business days. Our business hours are Monday-Thursday from 9am-5pm.

In order for your application to be considered, you must submit copies of your driver’s license, ALL CURRENT BILLS FOR WHICH YOU ARE REQUESTING ASSISTANCE (screenshots cannot be accepted) and, if requesting rent assistance, a signed copy of your current lease agreement.

Please Note: If you pay rent to an individual (landlord), LLC or LP, they must complete and return a signed W-9 Form before your application can be processed.

If any of the bills are in your spouse’s name, he/she will need to apply separately. Email the documents to or fax them to 855.235.3235.

Apply for Financial Assistance