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The Broken Wings Club, Inc.

Advocating for Ex-Offenders and Incarcerated Individuals

Based in Rockford, Illinois with a branch in Arizona, The Broken Wings Club proudly advocates incarcerated individuals and ex-offenders nationwide.

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About Us

The Broken Wings Club is a criminal justice advocacy to the incarcerated and ex-offenders. Founded in 2002, Broken Wings believes in giving a voice for the voiceless. Broken Wings is a 501 (3) (C) charitable organization with a strong emphasis on education, political, civic, and social issues.

Broken Wings has a proven track record of assisting ex-offenders requesting and obtaining expungements, sealing of records, processing clemencies, and pardons as well as providing resources and other miscellaneous services to our clients.

100 Black Men of Myrtle Beach

Fmr. SC State Rep. Nelson Hardwick

Diamond Ducksworth & Fmr. Horry County Police Chief Saundra Rhodes

Congressional Black Caucus

Diamond Ducksworth & Jackie Bryant

Camille Noonan & Fmr. SC Gov Nikki Haley

Fmr. SC Lt. Gov. Yancy McGill

SC US Rep. Tom Rice & Clint Boyer

Fmr. SC State Rep.  Greg Duckworth

Horry County Probate Judge Kathy G. Ward

Horry County Solicitor Jimmy Richardson & Fmr. Horry County Police Chief Saundra Rhodes

SC Sen. Lindsay Graham

SC Sen. Tim Scott and Larry Paul

SC Treasurer Curtis Loften and Nikki Bergeron

SC Unclaimed Money

The Langdons

Bren Landon

The Langdon's  Citizenship Swearing in Ceremony

IL State Rep Dave Vella

Rock Valley College President Douglas J. Jensen

Rhonda Greer & Leslie West

Meet the founder of Broken Wings

Bren “Pinky” Langdon. MS Langdon has been networking with various organizations and political representatives giving her voice for the voiceless and changing lives. Despite being an Illinois base organization, MS Langdon has helped the voiceless in several states.

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