When a leaked draft decision signaled the likely withdrawal of the legal right to an abortion in the U.S., donors clicked on donations buttons and mailed checks in a spasm of fury.

The "rage giving" has given abortion funds a temporary financial boost.

The funds, which help people pay for abortions, say the spike in gifts won't be enough if more people have to travel out of state for care.

Kelly Nelson founded an abortion fund in Tampa and said her organization needs sustained, multi-year philanthropic funding.

She argues the fight in the courts is over and abortion rights supporters need to help people pay for and travel to get abortions.