Thirteen-year-old James Cloes, who escaped a man who kidnapped her after killing his parents, would receive $ 25,000 in cash prizes.
Hormel Foods, the company's parents have worked, have offered the money last October to anyone who has information about Jamie's return.
James was found in rural Wisconsin on January 10, after 88 days in captivity.
Her parents, Dennis and James Cloos, work at Jennie-O, a turkey plant owned by Hormel Foods.
During the national search of Jayme, the FBI had offered a $ 25,000 prize, which Hormel soon doubled to $ 50,000.
The company will now donate its share of Jayme's reward money. The FBI has not published information about what will happen to the rest.
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in a statement that "Jamie's courage and strength really inspired our team members all over the world" 19659008] Mr Sny said the company hopes $ 25,000
Baron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald thanked Hormel for their support during the trial.
Jayme disappeared from his Barron, Wisconsin, home on October 15 last year, after the age of 21, a suspect, Jake Patterson, claims to have invaded her house, shot and murdered her parents and kidnapped her
Mr Patterson was accused of holding Jamie in captivity at his remote home in Gordon, 66 miles (105 km) from Barron.
Months later, on January 10, James told the police that she had escaped after Mr. Patterson left the house for several hours.
She ran away from the cabin, finally finding her neighbor, Joanna Netter, who was walking with her dog.
Ms. Nutter took Jayme to Peter's home and Christine Cassincas where they could contact the police.
Cassincas told CNN on Wednesday he did not want money for reward. – said Mrs. Cassincas.