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    United Kingdom/Central Initiative

    For other uses of United Kingdom Initiative, see United Kingdom Initiative (disambiguation)
    For other uses of Initiative, see Initiative (disambiguation)
    United Kingdom/Central Initiative (UKI Central)
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    Team Statistics
    Group United Kingdom/Central Initiative
    Category Public Service
    Headquarters [[Location::Central UK]] 39° 12' 50.01" N, 79° 38' 13.60" W
    Status Active
    Team Activity
    Leader Lord Mole
    Members Lord Mole
    Allies Shipwreck, Knight Warrior, Onyx Avenger
    Foes Apathy
    Actions Outreach

    The United Kingdom/Central Initiative (UKI Central) is a group of Real Life Superheroes based in the United Kingdom. They are part of a coalition of similarly-named teams called The Initiative Collective.

    History

    Founded as the second UK-based branch in September of 2016 by Lord Mole and based in the Midlands, the UKI Central often worked with other UK-based real-life superheroes until Mole's "retirement" in 2018.

    From Lord Mole:

    The lines between Real Life Super Hero and Super Villain are greyer than they once were. This year found some Heroes whose agenda I can respect and work alongside – after all there are bigger problems out there than egoes and Ninjalantes. Homelessness, Apathy to the suffering of others, and Bigotry to name a few. My enemy’s enemy is my friend, and all that.

    15 years ago I found the people I was fundraising with needed a villain character to spice up events and charity shows. It was successful fundraising theatre, and became an integral tool. The kids at the shows loved villains every bit as much as they did heroes – often more – I was villain-ing for the Lifeboats (RNLI) and Children’s Hospital charities well before I knew there was a heroes community, and frankly being a villain is more flexible; there are no rules. In 2015, I helped raise over £30,000 for emergency services and £2500 for Birmingham Children’s Hospital.

    In April of 2018, The UKI Central hosted a meet-up between Lord Mole, Shipwreck of the UKI London, and Knight Warrior of the Justice Union.

    External Links

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