The Douglas County Historical Society and Friends of Dangberg Home Ranch received grants from Nevada Humanities, it was announced on Wednesday.
The historical society received $5,000 in operating funds while the friends received $10,000 for programming.
This is the second grant from Nevada Humanities awarded to the Home Ranch.
The grants were funded by the federal American Rescue Plan Relief Act, Relief Operating Grants and Recovery Program.
The two Douglas County nonprofits are among 44 across Nevada that received a total of 60 grants totaling $614,357.92 to fund humanities-focused organizations prevent, prepare for, respond to, and recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Nevada Humanities is honored to be part of our nation’s important pandemic recovery efforts,” said Executive Director Christina Barr. “We are well aware of the challenges that Nevada’s cultural organizations have been experiencing over the past two years, and we know that this funding will be critical in giving an infusion of financial support when it is needed most.”