Peer pressure, neediness and the morality of personal sacrifice prompt Franklin to contribute to his class's Xmas toy drive.
Franklin must give a gift to the Christmas toy drive. All his schoolmates bring great gifts. He believes his toys are too special to give away but he, and we, learn that his gift may be the only one a child receives. We also learn that "the best presents are special to give and to receive". Are peer pressure, need and sacrifice the right reasons for charity? Perhaps valuing human potential is better.