In the December Christmas season, Holly Silver, tired of being the fall person for the company’s problems, quits her Publicist job with Arthur Publishing with nothing in line to replace that job. This situation is much like when she left the family business, Silver Investments, where she would probably be Vice-President if she stayed, she leaving in having a disagreement about the company’s direction with her father, President Edward Silver, and her stepmother and stepbrother, Katherine and Justin Silver, the latter who has assumed that Vice-Presidency, the three who she has not spoken to since. But in visiting with her sister Eve Silver, Holly believes she was meant not to find the next in the line of jobs she probably would not have wanted, but rather return to the family business in learning that the event devised by her long deceased mother around which the company was built is under threat, namely a Christmas toy giveaway to needy children. This year, they outsourced the organization of the toy giveaway to a professional fundraising company, which unexpectedly went bankrupt, taking with them all the donations for the toys, such information which has not yet reached the media. While the rest of her family believes they should abandon the toy giveaway this year to regroup while strategize about how to deal with the media when it hits the news, Holly is determined to keep to her mother’s vision to find a way to have it this year.