Click the link below to sign up a walker

Let's Walk is a free service founded by a Physical Therapist to connect people, who need a companion to walk outside, with volunteers who can help.

Click the link below to Volunteer

(Meet our fantastic volunteers on the volunteer page)


Next Volunteer training sessions:

Mon. December 5, 2022 at 4:30 pm at the Main Library,

68 Calhoun St, 29401, meeting room A.

Tues, December 6th at 6:30 pm at the Bee's Ferry Library in community room A,

3035 Sanders Rd, 29414

Tues., December 13, 2022 at 6:30 pm at the Otranto Rd library in North Charleston,

2261 Otranto Rd, 29406


(Please text or call with RSVP 843 864-9295.)


January Training sessions:

Cane Bay Library, Thurs. 1/12/23, 10:30-11:30 am

Daniel Island Library, Thur. 1/19/23, 1-2 pm

Please RSVP to reserve your space as some venues have limited occupancy.


Let's WALK at the Coastal Carolina Fair! (11/2/22)

Thanks to the Exchange Club for providing us a table on Senior day..

24 walkers and 8 volunteers signed up for the program that day!

"It is a blessing for Lynn to walk with my mom. It really makes her day and she looks forward to it."

Shelia, House of Aleah's.

From Lynn, "Thanks Shelia, I always love walking into your shop filled with beautiful things and it is such a pleasure to spend time with your mom, She's a treasure!

I love getting out in the community and meeting the most wonderful people! Lynn

Let’s Walk connects trained volunteers with people who need or want someone to walk with them.


Lynn McCollum-Lasher, PT developed the service after working as a homecare Physical Therapist for 25 years. After witnessing many re-admissions due to a lack of activity, Lynn was inspired to create a service to encourage people to maintain their mobility. The service is free and available to anyone who qualifies.


Let's Walk is currently available in the greater Charleston, SC area. Please let me know if you are interested in having this opportunity near you.



Charleston is beautiful year round, you can always find something in bloom.

It has been a little cooler this month but walkers are still getting outside for some fresh air. Soon we will be looking at holiday decorations during our walks.