Hopkins House is governed by its Board of Trustees, a group of volunteers elected by Community Stakeholders.

In addition to electing the trustees and officers, Community Stakeholders participate in the governance of Hopkins House by serving on policy committees and amending the Bylaws.

Individuals who donate $100 or more to Hopkins House are automatically designated Community Stakeholders for a period of 12 months from the date of their donation, and receive the following benefits:

  • Two free tickets to the Annual Community Stakeholders' Luncheon
  • Discount tickets and VIP invitations to Hopkins House special events
  • Membership card
  • Free subscription to HHQ Journal
  • Listing in Annual Report and website


The Hopkins House Fund for Children, Youth, and Families (short name: Hopkins House Fund) was established by the Trustees in 2015.  It is an independent administrative unit of Hopkins House charged with overseeing and managing the raising of funds for the organization's charitable and educational purposes, in support of its mission, through donations, grants, and special events.
The Fund is governed by an independent Board of Directors and managed by an Executive Director appointed by the President.