The international Erasmus+ project, Catch the BALL, has now been evaluated and highly praised by a special European Committee who gave the project 86 points out of 100. By this the project is among the quality projects that are funded by the European Union. The committee states in its evaluation “The project was quite successful and reached its stated objectives, which were to develop tools designed to increase the quality of life for those over the age of 50 by providing them with the opportunities to increase their competences and allow them to have an active third phase of life.” and “The warehouse in particular is impressive and accessible for the target audience.”
Catch the BALL is the production of the co-operation of U3A Reykjavik and Evris, Iceland, Kaunas Science and Technology Park, Lithuania and MBM Center, Britain, U3A Reykjavik being responsible for the Warehouse of Opportunities. Below is a picture of the international team of Catch the BALL.