An anonymous Belfast business has donated 50,000 Malay ringgit - or the equivalent of about €10,600 - for the reward in the hopes of finding the missing 15-year-old, reports the Irish Times.
Her family offered a 50,000 ringgit ($11,900) reward, donated by a Belfast business, for information that could lead to her return, said The Lucie Blackman Trust, a charity that supports the families of British people missing overseas. "We are appealing to anyone who has information about Nora to help us find her", the Franco-Irish family said in a statement released through The Lucie Blackman Trust, a charity that supports the families of British people missing overseas.
"During the search, we will play the recordings as if her mother or the family is calling her. We are appealing to anyone who has information about Nora to help us find her".
However, Malaysian authorities are still treating her disappearance as a missing persons case.
Malaysian police are now analysing unidentified fingerprints on the window of Nora's room, and on Friday 9 August, footprints were found in the jungle close to where the teenager vanished.
Devastated: Sebastien and Meabh Quoirin, parents of 15-year-old Nora, speak at a news conference in Seremban, Malaysia. They said she isn't independent, has difficulty walking and has never wandered off on her own or become lost despite having been to other Asian and European countries before.
Nora was discovered missing from her room the following morning with her bedroom window open.
The family are hopeful that the reward may be of help in the desperate search for Nora.
Zakaria said Meabh flew in to Malaysia from Singapore, while her husband and children arrived from London the same day.
The Lucie Blackman Trust, a charity supporting missing people overseas, said police believed the teenager could have been taken.
He had also joined the rescue team and spoke briefly with the workers from various agencies including the police, Fire and Rescue Department, Civil Defence Force, People's Volunteer Corps (Rela), General Operations Force, and the Federal Reserve Unit.
"She likes to tell us silly jokes and wear clever, colourful t-shirts".
Police added they were "not ruling out any possibility" and they believe Nora is still in the area.
However, her family have disputed this and belive she may have been abducted as her disability means she knows she "does not go anywhere alone". We are so grateful for everything that you are doing for us, everyone who is helping here and not from here.
"We will continue the search for Nora".