My dad passed away a week last Friday. He was a machinist for decades and has a lot of machinist's tools. As a woodworker, I can use just a few, and I cherish them. But there are a lot of tools that I don't know how I would ever use them. Among these tools are some very nice chucks, cutting head holders (not sure what they are really called), and a lot of "weird" measurement tools, a lot of packs of carbide cutters, set-up blocks, etc... Some Starrett, some Mitutoyo, and some German chucks. Although these tools are nice and I am sure have some value, I am certain my dad would want them to be put to use. I want to give them to a place that would not otherwise be able to afford them. I am just not sure where to start looking for such a place. Are there any machinists out there who may know of maybe an underpriveledged vocational training location? Or any other ideas? I could sell them on eBay and donate the money, but I think dad would want them to help others. I appreciate any helpful suggestions.