Generosity of parents who gave away £22,000 raised for their seriously ill daughter to help little boy they’ve never …

Abigail Williams, 7, suffers from Batten Disease, a fatal genetic disorder Her parents hoped money would pay for successful stem cell treatment But doctors say any procedure would be futile as condition is incurable So they have donated cash to Kyle Weaver, 3, for spinal operation in U.S.

By Simon Tomlinson

PUBLISHED: 06:37 EST, 6 March 2013 | UPDATED: 13:30 EST, 6 March 2013

A kindhearted couple have given away 22,500 raised for their seriously ill daughter to help a sick child they've never met after being told the money would not find a cure for their little girl.

Kevin and Christine Williams hoped the cash would pay for successful stem cell treatment for seven-year-old Abigail, who suffers from a fatal genetic disease.

But they have been told her condition is incurable and paying thousands for any further procedures would be futile.

Overwhelming generosity: Christine Wililams (left) and her husband Kevin have given away 22,500 to help a boy to walk for the first time after being told the money wouldn't cure their daughter Abigail (right)

For a new lease of life: The Williams family have donated the money to three-year-old Kyle Weaver (pictured) who they have never met so he can have an operation to help him walk

So they have decided to donate the money meant to help toddler Kyle Weaver, three, walk for the first time.

Kevin said: 'It's not fair for us to have 22,500 sitting in a bank while hoping for a cure that may never come, while another little boy is sick and needs the money for an operation.

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