Looks like the challenge has been accepted.
A beached baby beluga has been rushed to the Alaska SeaLife Center for emergency care. Staff at the Center are being aided by marine mammal staff from the Shedd Aquarium, SeaWorld, and the Georgia Aquarium, among other facilities. Hopefully the baby will continue to thrive. If possible, it will be released back into the wild. If it survives but cannot be released, it will be rehomed in an aquarium where it can be with other belugas.
At any rate, it's worth pointing out that people are only able to help this beluga calf because of experience gained working with cetaceans born and raised in aquariums.