I have surplus darkroom gesr, as well. Specifically a nice little Hungarian 35mm condenser type enlarger.

I pull together whole darkroom packages from all of the different sources of gear that seems to have ended up with me.

When someone shows an interst, I have them come over and develop a film, and them print on some already processed negatives with the set up.

Usually it is a younger person who has grown up digital, and at mid twenties wants to put their individual mark out into the world via film based imaging.

I put the kit together on top of the washer and dryer in my laundry room so as to not intimitate them into thinking they need a proper darkroom to get started.

If they show enough interest to want to try this new hobby at home, we pack up the set up, and send it home with them with enough film, paper and chems to get started.

I ask that they show me images they are happy with within 3-6weeks. If they do, I am pleased that the gear is being used, and gift it to them.

I have done this about 5 times on the last 7-8 years.