Rocker Adam Lambert has announced he'll donate the proceeds from a reworked version of Aftermath to The Trevor Project, the California-based non-profit that runs the nation's only 24-hour confidential suicide hotline for gay and questioning youth.

“Releasing a revamped version of AFTERMATH,” the 29-year-old singer tweeted on Thursday to his more than 850,000 followers. “Proceeds to benefit The Trevor Project. Wait till you hear it – it's now a hot pop dance anthem.”

“No set release date,” he added. “Putting finishing touches on the track. Stay tuned ...”

Aftermath appeared on Lambert's debut studio album For Your Entertainment, which he featured in his just-completed world tour Glam Nation.

In October, the American Idol season 8 runner-up released a video for the It Gets Better campaign, in which he told troubled gay teens to stay strong and proud. The It Gets Better Project, a collection of videos urging troubled LGBT teens to hang in there, because life gets better, raises awareness and funds for The Trevor Project.