Being a non-profit organization, PNMF relies on grants and fund raising to support its infrastructural needs. As of 2014, PNMF has raised approximately $800,000 to construct two buildings ($300,000: Science wing, Ratamata High School, Pyuthan; $500,000: PNMHI campus). Both projects were funded by the Government of India. In 2015, PNMF also raised $40,000 for the river restoration project. Several smaller scholarship funds are also being established at the college.
PNMHI college was stablished with the seed money provided by its trustee, PNMF. Later, PNMF donated land for the new building as a matching fund on the new building grant. PNMF is continuously looking for donors to support various initiatives (e.g., Bio-park Learning Center, Lumbini Center for Sustainability, Innovation Lab, solar installations, and IT network and broad band installation to support open online curriculum access.). Efforts are also underway to create an endowment fund.