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  • Although it struggled to raise funds at first, the APFS gradually won respect and support from leading Christians of the day, including the great social reformer, Lord Shaftesbury, and renowned preacher Charles Haddon Spurgeon.

    Christian Today

  • It was founded as The Aged Pilgrims 'Friend Society (APFS) in London on 12 August 1807 by a group of people dismayed at the dire conditions in which many elderly Christians were living and the way their needs, including their spiritual needs, were being neglected even by their churches.

    Christian Today

  • With the coming of the welfare state and the introduction of state pensions APFS pensions were phased out, and now the society (which became Pilgrim Homes in the 1970s) offers residential and nursing care (including dementia), sheltered housing and extra care housing in twelve schemes in different parts of the country.

    Christian Today

  • For decades the APFS helped needy elderly Christians with regular, reliable pensions, which were always delivered in person together with spiritual support and encouragement.

    Christian Today

  • There was "Mary Garbutt, formerly in a position of affluence, who had lost the whole of her property and but for the APFS would have been an inmate of the Poor House".

    Christian Today

  • Recently, a delegation of the All Gujarat Fishermen Foundation that was in Karachi but was not allowed to meet the Indian fishermen lodged in Pakistani jails, All Pakistan Fishermen Society (APFS) general secretary Rashid Memon told IANS.

    India eNews

  • Masada: Statement by the ASIAN PEOPLE'S FRIENDSHIP SOCIETY (APFS): Addressed to Keiko ...

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