RICHMOND, Va. -- The non-profit St. John's Church Foundation reached its fundraising goal to make badly-needed repairs to the historic Richmond building where Patrick Henry cried "Give me liberty or give me death."
The group credited Greg McQuade's "I Have a Story" for helping it reach its fundraising goal.
After the story published Friday, more than $10,000 in donations poured in to help with Project Red Coat.
The project was named after a think coat of red paint that trapped water for decades and caused serious damage to the church's brick foundation.
If the decay wasn't repaired, the non-profit group said part of the church could collapse.
The new donations will help obtain a $50,000 matching grant.
Once repairs begin - construction should take two months to complete and help stabilize St. John's Church for decades.