Dame Gail Ronson, DBE (born 3 July 1946) is a British charity fundraiser and the wife of businessman Gerald Ronson whom she married when she was 21 years old; she has four children - Lisa, Amanda, Nicole, and Hayley - and nine grandchildren. She is also an aunt by marriage to Mark, Samantha and Charlotte Ronson.
A former model, Gail Ronson has contributed and supported a number of charitable organisations, including:
- Roundhouse Trust, fundraiser 
- Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB), President 2012
- Jewish Care (formerly the Jewish Welfare Board), former board member 
Damehood and charitable activity
In the early years of her marriage, she became involved in charity work, handing out meals on wheels to elderly Jews. She later took part in charitable fund-raising initiatives: her first big project was the 125th anniversary of Jewish Care, in 1983, which was attended by Prince Charles and Princess Diana.
Gail Ronson was honoured for philanthropy and as a donor, especially to Jewish Care and the Royal Opera House. She became Dame Gail Ronson, a Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire, in the 2004 New Year's Honours List.
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- Debretts biography
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- Property Week tribute to Gail Ronson, 16 January 2004