Moosa – Duke Solicitors feel strongly about making a wider contribution and have therefore worked with a number of health related charities.  Some of our charitable activities can be seen on our Facebook Photos Page



Rik Basra Leukaemia Campaign

Mehmooda Duke, Managing Director of Moosa- Duke Solicitors met Rik last year. She has chosen the Rik Basra Leukaemia Campaign as her chosen charity for the year.

She was deeply moved by Rik, his story and his journey. Rik, a healthy family man delivered the news that none of us want to hear – he was told he had got leukaemia. However, because he was of Asian origin, Rik could not find a suitable bone marrow donor to match; doctors told him he had about 2 weeks left.

Having given up hope of ever finding a match, one was found at the very last minute and gave Rik and his family a second chance.

Rik has dedicated his life to making a difference and works tirelessly to increase the stem cell register.
Mehmooda looks forward to working with Rik and his team in their efforts to raise awareness and increase the stem cell register.

September 2015 is a special month for the Rik Basra Campaign. Rik and his team are on a mission to increase the stem cell register with an event every day. They will be collecting samples of sputum from 16-30 year olds.

Leicestershire Law Society, in conjunction with the Fosse Business Breakfast Club of which Mehmooda is a founder member, organised a 10 mile charity walk in the Peak District on 26 September 2015 to raise funds for the Rik Basra Leukaemia campaign.

To find out more, please visit the Leicestershire Law Society Website
and, the latest Pass It On campaign and on our facebook page


The Spark Arts for Children

The Spark Arts For Children is a registered charity which offers children the opportunity to discover and enjoy the arts as audiences, as learners and as creators of their own art.

As an organisation, The Spark collaborates with exciting artists from around the world creating innovative and inspiring work, and actively supports the creative development of artists and educators.

Experiencing the arts at an early age can be life-changing and The Spark work to protect access to the arts for young people. See and

There are also some photos of Leicestershire Law Society supporting Sparks Arts here.



Cauda Equina UK

Cauda Equina UK Charity Logo

Since 2013, Moosa – Duke Solicitors have been championing Cauda Equina UK, the first and only registered charity exclusively for Cauda Equina Syndrome (CES) in the UK. It was founded in October 2011 by Annie Glover, a sufferer of CES.

Moosa – Duke Solicitors provide ongoing free legal advice and support to Cauda Equina sufferers. We have worked on a number of CES cases in the past and have managed to negotiate settlements for CES sufferers which have helped them to adjust to and manage their life with the syndrome.

In September 2014 Moosa – Duke Solicitors organised a charity walk with the help of Fosse Breakfast Business Club. We raised around £6,000 for Cauda Equina UK.  Click here to donate or see pictures of the walk.

What is Cauda Equina Syndrome?

CES is a serious neurological condition which occurs when the nerves of the Cauda Equina at the base of the Spinal cord become compressed, often by a prolapsed or ‘slipped’ disc but it can also be caused by trauma, tumours, infection or secondary to medical procedure.  These nerves supply the bladder, bowel, genitals and lower limbs and damage can cause permanent disability in these areas.

Early detection and swift action is essential in the successful treatment of CES. If diagnosis is delayed, a sufferer may then face a life-long struggle with this debilitating condition.

For more information on CES and the charity please check out their information leaflet and website.

You can also read Michelle’s story about her Cauda Equina mis-diagnosis in our case studies section and have a look at the BBC news clip below.



Cancer Research UK

Mehmooda and her team have between them completed 3 runs for Cancer Research UK and raised over £5,000 in the process.



Leicester Hospitals Charity

In 2013, Mehmooda organised 48 business men and women of Leicester, along with friends and family to tackle a 10 mile walk in the Peak District.  

The walk raised just under £10,000 for the Multi-Sensory Unit in The Children and Young People’s Cancer Unit on Ward 27 of the Leicester Royal Infirmary. The Leicester Hospitals Charity aims to provide the best possible facilities and environment for patients, staff and visitors as well as helping to supply state-of-the-art equipment. They are the Charity for all 3 hospitals in Leicester; Leicester General Hospital, Glenfield & Leicester Royal Infirmary.