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WaterStone Giving Fund Supports Preservation of C.S. Lewis’ Former Home

From 1930 until his death in 1963, C.S. Lewis lived and worked at his home in Oxford, known as “The Kilns.” The C.S. Lewis Foundation is dedicated to preserving the legacy of the author. Today, his home remains a Christian study center and a destination for tours, seminars, and a host site for Scholars-in-Residence programs.

Through a WaterStone Giving Fund, givers were able to contribute to the restoration of The Kilns which has allowed the C.S. Lewis Foundation to hold summer seminars where attendees explore Lewis’ writings and his journey of faith.

WaterStone’s passion is to help givers like you transform assets into living water, water that nourishes the life of the ministries you choose to support. Let WaterStone help you support the ministries you’re passionate about by helping you give more efficiently.