Senior communications officer Michelle Newton was diagnosed with cancer last year.
Ms Newton said she and her colleagues Brid Ni Mhuineachain, Daniel Sharples and Robyn Forrest raised more than $1400 for the charity Cancer Support WA.
�I was so lucky to find Cancer Support,� she said.
�In fact, Robyn put me on to them. I immediately knew that here was an organisation that really cared about me.
�Everyone at Cancer Support feels like family.
�Through their own personal experience or the experience of their loved ones, they know exactly the effect of a cancer diagnosis, just how devastating and traumatising it is.�
Community engagement officer Ms Mhuineachain ran a personal best in the 21.1km half marathon, after training at Jacob�s Ladder and Kokoda in King�s Park, and the occasional sprint through Karrakatta Cemetery.
Ranger Mr Sharples ran the 12km course pushing his daughter in a pram.