IndieGogo, like Rockethub and Kickstarter before it, works on the principle of crowdfunding--the contributions of the many can be smaller if we all join together to make something happen. Rockethub is more for professional or scientific funds, Kickstarter is more entertainment-based...IndieGogo sort of straddles both camps. It's not as well known as Kickstarter, especially, but it has strong ties to development capitol, and investment sources.
This campaign has a lower goal--$10,000 (US), which is half of what she needs to begin the court case. Why? Because the One Voice event has already raised the other half:
Fortunately, many amazing and generous content creators, designers, and supporters have come together to hold a fundraiser in-world. In the first few days, we have already raised over $10,000, and I expect we will raise more before the event is over. However, many people have asked for a way to donate outside Second Life, so I have set up this page. Because of the success of the in-world fundraiser, I am keeping the goal of this campaign more moderate.Help if you can.
The Second Life content creator community will not be intimidated by bullies abusing a system that should protect us. Please stand with me.