BMVSS, which manages Jaipur Foot, depends entirely on donations and whatever government grants it can secure. The costs of the limbs, boarding and food are completely absorbed by Jaipur Foot.
More than 65,000 people are helped every single year through the organization and, while similar artificial limbs can cost as much as $10k in the US and in the United Kingdom, Jaipur Foot produces each limb for about $70, thoroughly maximizing every dollar donated.
Jaipur Foot has a working relationship with Stanford University and MIT for research and development. One such project resulted in the Stanford Knee, hailed as a major breakthrough in orthopedics.