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Meet Marcus.

PAR-Projects would like to welcome Marcus Donaldson, our new development intern!

Over the next few months, Marcus will help aid our fundraising efforts in ways we’re amped to share with you soon. Having previously worked with People’s Liberty and Chase Public, Marcus brings with him experience in content creation and strategy and is looking to add to his skillset in the world of development.

Marcus joins the PAR-Projects team as part of the Cincinnati Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals’ New Faces of Fundraising Program — a writer & strategist with tons of questions, he is motivated and excited by the arts and hopes to use his experience in communications to strengthen and build relationships for PAR Projects.

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