Gold Coast: A donor has offered land so the children of Kelly Wilkinson can ...

How an anonymous donor has offered to build a home for the three children of a mother who was allegedly burned to death in her backyard by her estranged ex-husband Kelly Wilkinson's body was found in the rear of a Gold Coast house on April 20 Her husband Brian Johnston, 34, located nearby, with burns to hands and airway Johnston charged with her murder after waking from an induced 10-day coma  Public appeal underway to support Ms Wilkinson's three young children, family

By Peter Vincent For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 16:38 BST, 1 May 2021 | Updated: 16:38 BST, 1 May 2021

An anonymous Good Samaritan has donated a block of land so a home can be built for the three young children of a mother who was allegedly burned to death by her estranged ex-husband.

Police allege former US Marine Brian Earl Johnston, 34, doused his ex-wife Kelly Wilkinson, 27, in petrol and set her alight on April 20 at her home in Arundel on the Gold Coast. 

Johnston has since been charged with Ms Wilkinson's murder and breaching a domestic violence order. 

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A series of community appeals were launched in the aftermath of the alleged attack to help Ms Wilkinson's grieving family.

The campaigns were focused on her children aged between two and eight - who were home at the time of the alleged murder but unharmed.

A Good Samaritan has donated a block of land so a home can be built for the three young children of Kelly Wilkinson - who was allegedly burned to death by her ex-husband Brian Johnston (Ms Wilkinson and Johnston pictured together)

A Good Samaritan has donated a block of land so a home can be built for the three young children of Kelly Wilkinson - who was allegedly burned to death by her ex-husband Brian Johnston (Ms Wilkinson and Johnston pictured together)

Ms Wilkinson's sister Danielle Carroll and her husband Rhys, who have five kids of their own, have stepped in to look after the 27-year-old's three children. 

An anonymous donor has since come forward with a block of land on which a home can be built for the

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