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You can help make a teen's last wish come true

ROCHESTER, Minn. (KTTC) -- A group of John Marshall students are hoping to help make a classmate's last wish come true, and you're able to help! Justin Kuntz, a JM senior, is a huge comic books fan. His hope is to meet Spiderman at Universal Studios in Florida.

It was in the fall of 2009, Justin became ill with cancer and since then it has spread. Right now, Doctors are giving him 2 to 3 months to live, because of an inoperable tumor in his abdomen.

JM's student council is holding a fundraiser tomorrow, where they'll collect as much money as they can within the span of a minute.

A fellow classmate of Justin's said it's rewarding to help.

"The feeling of satisfaction that we get out of helping someone in need who wants to do something, that he has wanted to do his whole life," said Jayden Schuster.

Last year students raised over $3,600-dollars in one minute.

It's not just John Marshall faculty, staff and students that are able to donate, you can also help make Justin's final wish come true.

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