We Are Pigeonly

Our mission is to improve communities by building products that reduce the destructive impact of incarceration. In addition to our low-cost jail calls, easily share photos, letters & more. We’ve taken the hassle out and provided you with an affordable, easy way to keep in touch with your inmate.

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We’re a small team of creative rebels and have a flat and open structure. We have a collaborative culture built on hacking ideas, code, and business models. We’re looking for additional trouble makers to join our team who enjoy solving huge problems, disrupting archaic industries, and are not afraid to dream big.

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It’s not just business, it’s personal

Pigeonly builds technology products for the overlooked and underserved. To date we’ve launched multiple products that address and solve communication barriers between inmates and their support network of family and friends. We’re looking for people with passion, who are an asset to the industry and are looking to help us solve problems for those incarcerated.

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December 5, 2018

The Best Ways to Search for an Inmate

Here at Pigeonly, we’ve talked a lot about the many different options you have for keeping in touch with your incarcerated loved one, such as: Sending
January 17, 2019
former Florida inmate becomes lawyer

Former Florida inmate turns life around, becomes lawyer

PALM BEACH, Florida — A former Florida inmate’s story has gone viral on social media and proves dreams really do come true. According to attorney Brian Tannebaum,
January 17, 2019
solitary confinement

Inmate Spent More Than Two Decades In Solitary Confinement, Now Seeks To End The Practice

Rock Island, Illinois – A dark hole is how a Rock Island man incarcerated for nearly 25 years describes his time in solitary confinement. He’s sharing
January 16, 2019
inmate health

Prisoners Make Pennies an Hour. Why Are Their Co-Pays So High?

The $580 Co-pay In prison, seeing the doctor can cost up to a month’s salary. For those in the outside world accustomed to paying $25 or
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