If you're not interested in taking care of the Nepenthes, I'd suggest offering a trade to someone for something you would like. But if you're interested in trying to keep them alive, I'll mention they look a little rough. Not bad, but they've certainly seen better days. So if they end up dying, it may not be because you did anything wrong.
That being said, https://www.youtube.com/c/WindowsillNepenthes
offers a good youtube site on how to take care of Nepenthes without getting fancy on the setup.
The actual care and setup will depend on the species of Nepenthes, of which you don't know
Most Nepenthes are not able to stay outdoors year round in North America, although your location may be one of the few that could support an outdoor Nepenthes.
Most Nepenthes enjoy higher humidity (typically more than what a normal household is, but can vary widely from 40% to 85%) and more light than your average plant (some prefer partial shade while others like more, but most can do fine in a well lit window), along with Low PPM water (distilled) and you'll be fine. Try setting them up in a more humid part of your house with good window lighting and see how it does. Hooking up a cheap grow light (https://www.amazon.com/SANSI-Spectrum-H ... KT56T?th=1
) and/or a small humidifier may help, but may not be necessary.