Mr A has diabetes, he is really confused by the diet. He needs a YamDaisy Café .
Mrs B ‘s mum is in hospital and needs visiting, her work is busy, and she has two kids! They all need sustaining home style food!
Ms C likes to pick up a meal for her housebound neighbour. Oh for a YamDaisy meal!
Mark D is having radiation therapy. He is tired and it takes so much time.
Ms E is a single mum. Life is chaos with 2 young children and study and part time work. YamDaisy twice a week!
Mr F is lying in hospital despairing about hospital food and thinking what a good idea it would be for a YamDaisy Cafe to open in every hospital.
Lindy G is 14 but her mum has MS so she has to do the cooking. She knows her mum needs good meals and her mum says Lindy needs good meals. They really need the YamDaisy café.
Dr H would love to recommend some patients to a YamDaisy Cafe. They could walk there and eat well: diet and exercise just like that!
The I family want a once a week no cooking, no washing up, delicious, seasonal, meal they can afford. No junk food. Bring on the YamDaisy Cafe!
Mr J looks after his kids every weekend, but he finds it hard to cook for them.
Sue K has been homeless for 5 months. She has just got a flat and is working hard to manage her new life. She wants a YamDaisy Cafe for good meals and to feel part of her community.
Tim L is perfectly healthy and not a bad cook, but with his new job and sports commitments he would like to get meals from YamDaisy a few times a week to make life manageable.
M is moving out of home. Her parents would be so relieved if there was a YamDaisy Cafe nearby.
N has moved to a new address and is gradually working out how to negotiate everywhere with his wheelchair. YamDaisy Cafe would make life a bit easier!
Ambulance driver O has long difficult shifts and organising meals is difficult. She wishes for YamDaisy Cafes so she can get a good meal when she needs it.
P has broken her arm. Everything is hard. Oh for a YamDaisy Cafe down the road!
Quentin is moving to independent living after five decades of institutions. He would like to eat at a YamDaisy Cafe every day.
Ms R is learning to cook. She finds help and inspiration and a welcome day off at the YamDaisy Cafe!
S has just begun night shift and the hours are making everything hard.
T has 4 children and is a great cook, but just one night a week she wants a break.
John U is organising help for his neighbour who has had a tragedy in the family. He would love to bring them food from a YamDaisy Cafe.
V is looking for work! It takes longer and is more stressful than working full time! She would like a YamDaisy Cafe to get her meals from during this hard time!
W is looking after his elderly mother. He needs a YamDaisy Cafe to help them eat good food every day.
X burnt the rice and then dropped the casserole on the floor. She wishes a YamDaisy Cafe was there for emergencies!
Y can’t cook, and has no interest to learn. But he would like to eat well on his small income. He would like a YamDaisy Cafe nearby.
Z is isolated, not exercising, and eating poorly. A walk to a YamDaisy Cafe each day, to eat good food and be with other people, would be the perfect solution.