Several of the top-ranked eaters in the world, including number-one-ranked female competitive eater Miki Sudo and number-four-ranked eater Nick Wehry, will take on donuts at the fifth-annual National Donut Day World Donut-Eating Championship hosted by The Salvation Army.

The event, part of a fundraising challenge for veteran services in greater Los Angeles, will take place at 9:30 am PST on Friday, June 2, aboard the USS Midway in San Diego, California.

Eaters will have eight minutes to consume as many BakeMark Donuts as possible. At last year’s event, Sudo won after eating 39 ½ donuts in eight minutes. This year, the competitors will look to break the record Joey Chestnut set in 2017 after eating 55 donuts in eight minutes.

This event is part of The Salvation Army’s annual tradition, National Donut Day, which began in 1938 as a fundraiser that honored the memory of The Salvation Army’s volunteer “Donut Lassies,” who served donuts and coffee to soldiers during World War I.

“Major League Eating is honored to partner with the Salvation Army in supporting our veterans” says MLE emcee Sam Barclay. “MLE competitors will surely make donut day history with the historic military delicacy.”