Can you tell what this is?
This could be a daphne or an azalea. Look at images for both online. The daphne will have a more succulent feel to the leaf, and it is a shinier leaf.
Both flower. The daphne would be fragrant: https://www.greatplantpicks.org/plantlists/view/491
Maybe you can give it a bit more sun to stimulate flowers.
Might it be pittosporum? Stunted by the shade?
No, we don't think it looks like Pittosporum. It looks like a variegated azalea. (It also has symptoms of lace bug damage, which is fairly common in azaleas.)
OK, we will label it variegated azalea. We have a daphne elsewhere in our church garden, and it does not look like that. A magnolia shading the azalea is scheduled to come down soon so we may have our final answer at next flowering. Thanks for your help!
Yes, we would love to see the flowers!