John Mayer  is once again throwing his support behind the American Red Cross relief efforts in Haiti. The singer/songwriter has donated his song "The Heart of Life" -- from his 2006 album "Continuum" -- for a national TV and radio public service announcement about the devastating Jan. 12 earthquake.
Viewable at YouTube , the Red Cross PSA highlights individual contributions towards Haiti earthquake relief, from neighborhood yard sales to small business donations, emphasizing that even the smallest donations can make a difference.
In addition to the PSA, Mayer has made a donation of $500,000 to the American Red Cross through his Back To You Fund. Earlier in January, the singer performed on the CNN special "Haiti: How You Can Help," which raised over $5.8 Million for the Red Cross.
"We thank John Mayer for his generosity -- he's lent his time, talent AND money," American Red Cross president/CEO Gail McGovern said in a statement. "With his help and that of so many others, we'll do everything we can to help the people of Haiti cope and recover."
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