Psychosocial evaluation of potential organ donors ensures that these patients are prepared for donation and that their psychosocial issues have been addressed. The determination that the decision to donate an organ has been made voluntarily by a competent individual is a primary concern for living donor transplant programs, which must work to the highest ethical standard in this unique area of medicine. Identification of potential vulnerabilities on the part of the donor permits monitoring and/or intercession both before and after donation. Ensuring the confidentiality of patient information is important and represents a cornerstone of social work practice. At our institution, social workers have developed an electronic recording tool for use in evaluating organ donors; this tool is designed to maximize quality and ease of information gathering, ensure standardization of practice across programs, simplify record keeping, and enhance communication while minimizing time investment and ensuring patient confidentiality.